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Step-by-Step Guide: How to Embroider a Design on a Beanie

by Finery Embroidery 25 Sep 2023 0 Comments

Download the Snowflake Wonderland: Embroidery Design Pack

Required Materials:

  • Beanies and clothing items 
  • Self-adhesive sticky stabilizer 
  • Water-soluble topper
  • Embroidery frame designed for delicate fabrics
  • Snowflake embroidery patterns (consult 'SNOWFLAKE Designs' )

Pro Tip:

When embroidering on items like beanies and garments made of delicate, stretchy fabric, opt for a smaller design with fewer stitches. If you prefer not to purchase a specialized tool, you can fashion a wire coat hanger into the appropriate shape to assist with embroidering.


  • Mark the desired design placement on the beanie or garment using a fabric marker.
    hooping stablizer
  • For the garment, ensure it's properly oriented before securing it in the embroidery frame suitable for delicate fabrics.

Place a section of self-adhesive sticky stabilizer within the embroidery hoop, ensuring that the shiny side faces upward. Gently create a crease along the top layer of the stabilizer, running it along the interior edge of the hoop (A).


snowflake embroidery


  1. Float the sock frame or toque on the sticky stabilizer and ensure it adheres
    float hooping
  2. Add a layer of water-soluble stabilizer over the embroidery area (B).


  1. Download the design and load it onto the embroidery machine.
  2. Begin stitching the design, making color changes as necessary.
  3. Once embroidery is complete, remove the hoop from the machine and carefully release the project from the hoop.
  4. Gently remove the stabilizer and water-soluble topper from the embroidered project. Rinse under cold water if any topper residue remains.


Download the SnowfSnowflake Designs Packlake Wonderland: Embroidery Design Pack  

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