• Machine Embroidery Series – Satin

    This series is written by guest blogger, Pamela Cox. Pamela is an expert embroiderer, designer, digitizer and all around wonderful girl! We are so happy to have her contributing to the Sulky Blog!   Satin     The fabric we call “Satin”, actually refers to its weaving pattern which produces a shiny, slippery, easy to fray fabric. Therefore, the “fabric” can be manufactured from silk fibers, or synthetic threads, both sold under the “Satin” label, although with much different price points!  “Satin” fabrics produced by weaving cotton or polyester threads often are found under the name “Sateen”.   Make sure to check the bolt label to know the fiber content and…