Because cutwork is unique, even a historical
technique, we will ramble a little about it, before moving to the actual instructions.
Cutwork was born ages ago in Italy, and rapidly spread all over the world.
It had a good reason to spread, because of to it's charming beauty.
In cutwork, as the name suggests, holes are cut out into certain spots of embroidered fabrics,
creating intriguing "see through" effect.
What we will show in this tutorial will cover the creation of machine embroidery
cutwork, using special designs digitized for "easy & clean hole cutting". We
don't recommend using simplistic zigzag designs for cutwork, because you will
definitely suffer all along the way, and eventually get poor results.
After reading the instruction, you will be able to
create most professionally looking cutworks using your machine, in minutes. Not
just any cutworks—good looking ones, with smooth edges, without ugly fabric