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With the Embroiderer's Helper Bundle you get two tools for design placement that no embroiderer should be without! No more guesswork of misaligned designs.
The Embroiderer's Helper Bundle Includes:
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The Embroiderer's Helper
Design Placement is Easy!
The Embroiderer's Helper is an easy solution for positioning left and right chest embroidery designs on tees, sweatshirts, and placket shirts. No more guesswork or misaligned designs! Compatible for shirt sizes from Small to Extra Large.
Ideal for Placket Shirts
Place the top left or right corner in the middle of the top button. Place a target sticker or mark the upper and lower placement notches to make it easy to keep the design straight in the hoop.
Align the curved button notch on the Embroiderer's Helper with the top button. Place a target sticker or other marking device in the notch that corresponds with the shirt size.
Ideal for T's and Sweatshirts
Fold the shirt in half. Align the template's curved neckline at the bottom of the shirt's neck ribbing.
To mark the center of the design, place a target sticker or other marking device in the upper notch that corresponds with the shirt size.
If desired, place a second target sticker or other marking device in the next set of notches. Placing a target sticker in both notches ensures the garment stays square while hooping.
The upper Target Sticker marks the center of the embroidery design. The lower Target Sticker can be used to ensure the shirt stays straight during hooping. Use one or both locations, whichever is most helpful to you.
The Embroiderer's 'Lil Helper
This clever little tool delivers big results for chest pocket embroidery
This is a fast and simple tool for positioning embroidery designs above pockets. Place the 'Lil Helper's zero mark on the center top of the pocket. The pocket's outside edges will hit the ruler in equal increments on both sides. Align a target sticker with the correct height marking for the center of the design. Determine the design's center by adding half the design's height plus the distance from the top of the pocket to the bottom of the design.