Embroidery Tip

 When you arrive at the VFL and you’re ready to embroider your project, there is one thing we know you're hoping for: the person before you used the color you need and has already threaded the machine so you don't have to. Here's a quick trick so you can use whatever color is threaded to save yourself the hassle no matter what color it is.

When you arrive at the VFL and you’re ready to embroider your project, there is one thing we know you're hoping for: the person before you used the color you need and has already threaded the machine so you don't have to. Here's a quick trick so you can use whatever color is threaded to save yourself the hassle no matter what color it is.

 Without undoing any of the threading, take the first color and cut the thread where it comes off the spool. Next, take the color you want – in this case we started with yellow and switched to white - and then tie the strings together. Once you have a good knot, pull the tied thread through until your new color is threaded!

Without undoing any of the threading, take the first color and cut the thread where it comes off the spool. Next, take the color you want – in this case we started with yellow and switched to white - and then tie the strings together. Once you have a good knot, pull the tied thread through until your new color is threaded!