I embroider text in script letters on any color fabric, or in print letters on light-colored fabrics. I sketch the letters freehand on the fabric and then embroider over the markings in a simple overlapping stitch. I do my best, but as I am not a computer, the result is always a little uneven: each bet is a little different from another bet, the distance between the letters varies slightly, as does the vertical placement of the letters. Most of my customers find this to be the charm of hand work. If you want lettering that stands out boldly and is very precise, you will do better with someone who does machine embroidery.
|Script lettering, based on the Motek font.|
|Print lettering, based on the Yehuda font.|
|One color, contrasting embroidery.|
|One color, embroidery tone on tone.|
|"To be a free people in our land..."|
No embroidery at all.
|Repeating fabrics from the stripes.|
|A different fabric that matches the color.|