Flip Sequins with Machine Embroidery

Well hello beautiful flip sequins! No matter how old you are, there’s something about flip sequins that make you want to run you hand over them to reveal the hidden beauty on the other side.

Ooh, look, it’s gold! I found so many fun slip sequin fabrics at Michaels (in the ribbon section).

I was checking out Facebook the other day and saw someone made a flip sequin applique, and I just knew I had to give it a try. It’s so much easier than I imagined.

I had this cute shimmer tote bag in my stash. It’s actually a sublimation blank, but it worked perfectly with embroidery. If you’d like to grab one, you can get it here (pssst.. use code 9PSR5 and you’ll save 15%).

I used the Ricoma EM1010 multi needle to stitch this out, however, I’m confident you could accomplish the same with a single needle, like my new SE1900 embroidery/sewing machine.

The applique is from this shop on Etsy. The Font can be found here. I think they both stitched out beautifully. A design that is digitized well is the first, and most important, step in any embroidery project.

Let’s stitch this out together and see just how easy it is to work with flip sequins in an embroidery project.

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