If you have a dress with embroidery, or if you have made a mistake in your design and you want to remove the design, there is a good chance that you don’t have a seam ripper. In this article, we’re going to show you how to remove the embroidery without using a seam ripper.
What is a seam ripper
A seam ripper is a small, sharp tool used to remove stitches. It has a thin, pointed blade and a handle. Seam rippers are used to undo seams, either by pulling out the stitches one at a time or by cutting through the fabric. They can also be used to remove small mistakes in embroidery.
How to Remove Embroidery Without a Seam Ripper
In case you don’t have a seam ripper available or you don’t want to use a seam ripper for whatever reason, don’t worry, following are the few ways to remove embroidery without using a seam ripper.
Remove Embroidery with Embroidery Eraser
An Embroidery eraser is similar to a beard trimmer. It requires power to work. It is very easy to use just turn your fabric inside out, and apply the embroidery eraser gently on the bobbin thread. It will start ripping the bobbin thread and make the other thread loose, which can then be removed by a tweezer or simply by hand.
Remove Embroidery with Scissor
There are many ways to remove embroidery with scissors, but the most common is to use the scissors blade on the back of the embroidery to cut it away from the fabric. Another way is to use a pair of sharp scissors and snip off one end of the embroidery, then pull it away from the fabric.
You can also use scissor with a needle. Just insert the needle under the thread to make it loose and cut it using a scissor. Try to use a small scissor to prevent the fabric from damage. There are a few helping tools you can use to remove embroidery easily like a tweezer to pull off the excess thread and a magnifier to perform the job precisely and also it will also reduce stress on your eyes.
In conclusion, removing embroidery without a seam ripper is possible. However, it can be difficult and time-consuming. If you have the patience, it can be done. Just be careful not to damage the fabric in the process.