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Please show different ways of how to transfer an embroidery pattern from paper to fabric.
Another way of transferring a pattern to a fabric besides using carbon paper, would be to use a light box. A light box is a box with glass on one side and a bulb inside which when turned on allows you to see the pattern design beneath the fabric and let you copy it.
You can also tape your pattern to a clean window pane and then tape your fabric on top to copy it. This works best when it is bright outside.
When drawing on your fabric you can use a regular pencil which is not very dark, like an H pencil.
These techniques work best on lighter colored fabric. For darker fabric you can use light colored carbon paper.
Hope this helps,
It is a good idea but I don't have the box ( I would love it) and windows is a wonderful subsitude but.....I'll see if there are other options.
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