By Lindee Goodall

New Product! Starfish Revolution

I love products that make embroidery design fun and innovative! Those products may be designs, specialty threads, useful stabilizers, innovative embroidery aids, or fun and easy to use software. If you’ve followed me for very long, you know I love the Embrilliance line of software and now I’ve found another one called Starfish Revolution.

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Upcoming Classes with Lindee Third Quarter 2013

Do you live in or near Tucson or are you a “snowbird” or planning some winter time here? Check out some of the classes I’m teaching at AZ Vac and Sew/Eagles Wings Quilting.

Sign Up Early!!!

Please note that while at this time Embroidery Club is open to “drop ins,” you must sign up in advance for any other classes. Please contact the store to register for a class (520.790.7041); I can’t sign you up. Class sizes are limited and are subject to cancellation if there aren’t enough students signed up so be sure to sign up early! (more…)

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FAQs About Echidna P.I.E.

I’ve been bombarded with questions concerning Echidna P.I.E. since writing How to Get Your Own Slice of P.I.E. so to clear those up, I’ve compiled them into this post. As new questions come up, I’ll add them here with their answers.

What is P.I.E?

P.I.E. stands for Platinum Inspiration & Embroidery and is an on-line monthly embroidery club through Echidna Sewing Products’ website to members of their Platinum Club. (more…)

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New Embroidery Software for Mac Users

Mac users rejoice! Briton Leap has expanded their line-up of Macintosh embroidery software to include 3 products:

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I lost all my designs, can you help?

Uh, in a word, no. Unless of course you purchased them from my online shop and then I can happily tell you to log into your account and redownload them. Many sites allow you do this, some do not. And of course, you’ll need to remember where all you got them. You do remember that, right?

I do feel your pain though! (more…)

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Embroidery Tip

  • Machine speed can affect tension. If your tension seems too tight, slow the machine down a little and see if it improves.

Mission

To inspire and nurture personal creativity and productivity by connecting embroiderers and digitizers with innovative, high-quality products and information that significantly elevate their enjoyment and experience while maximizing the use of technology. In other words, more toys and more fun!