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Oklahoma Embroidery Supply & Design (OESD)
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Professional Embroidery Designs and High Quality Supplies for Machine Embroidery
Professional Embroidery Designs and High Quality Supplies for Machine Embroidery

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OESD's Perfect #Embroidery Press Cloth

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Make a mini stuffed teddy bear right on your embroidery machine.

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When planning your embroidery project, you may wish to use a template to determine the exact placement of your design. Some collections come with pre-printed templates, but they are for use with the design at 100%. Read this tutorial on how to adjust your templates for your project's placement.
http://www.embroideryonline.com/t-Embroidery101_TemplatesEmbroideryPlacement.aspx

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Gifts of Gold #embroidery collection is #FREE thru 9/30/16 with any $79 purchase. Includes 8 #fsl designs #Christmas http://ow.ly/OzKp3041fqY
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Some professional tips for imitating the look of late-19th century French hand-sewing techniques for your heirloom project.
http://www.embroideryonline.com/t-Embroidery101_HeirloomEmbroidery.aspx
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With a back pocket for tiny gifts or cards, these 31 days of stitch 'n turn designs are a new twist on #Advent calendars. Use for ornaments and gift tags too! Merry & Bright: 31 Days to Stitch, Turn & Celebrate
http://ow.ly/Amve3038Lvb #oesd #embroidery
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Watch our new video on how to #embroider a stuffed animal.

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A combination of stipple scribbles & variegated threads stitched on tulle or netting. Learn more about this new technique... ow.ly/8mjd301i18Z

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Cutwork embroidery originated in Italy by nuns who wanted to create beautiful textiles for the church. Learn more about this technique in our article Cutwork Embroidery History and Tutorial.
http://www.embroideryonline.com/t-Embroidery101_CutworkEmbroidery.aspx

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Choosing the right needle and thread is crucial to the success of your embroidery project. Read our best practices in the use of needles and threads.
http://www.embroideryonline.com/t-Embroidery101_NeedlesAndThreads.aspx
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