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When you embroider on leather, it acts like a stable knit would: it stretches, and you can’t hoop it without causing some sort of hoop burn or marks, or worse, you could crack your hoop! When leather is produced for the garment and home-décor industry, it is treated with a many of chemicals and dyes. The end results vary.How do you embroider?
Make a backstitch for straight lines. Insert a threaded needle through the back of your embroidery until the knot is up against the back of the fabric. Pull through until the thread is taut. Then, insert the needle through the front of the fabric about 0.25 in (0.64 cm) from where it came out.