I frequently teach classes via the internet through embroidery.com’s E-Classes, which are webinars—short for seminar on the web. Sometimes to announce a particularly interesting or free webinar, you may get an email from me at embroidery.com. These are answers to questions and comments I frequently receive after such an email. Because of the volume of […]
I would like to invite you to a free E-Class that I’m teaching this week. In this class we will be exploring the often overlooked piece of the quality puzzle … the design itself. This topic coincides with my new E-Book “The Anatomy of a Design” Are you interested in getting better embroidery? Do you […]
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Your digitizing software manual will teach you what the buttons and menus do. It may have even come with a tutorial to walk you through creating a simple design. What it didn’t teach you was the theory of digitizing, which is exactly what this series covers.
In this session, we’ll look at 22 popular misconceptions (including a few pretty off-the-wall ones) and present an alternative view that is the result of my personal experimentation and years of studying “real” experts—those who make a living as professional embroiderers and digitizers. Join me and test what you’ve been taught!
Successful embroidery is more than a design, some fabric, some thread, and a machine. Just like cookies, if you start swapping ingredients indiscriminately, you can wind up with a real mess on your hands. A successful embroidery result is a matter of choice and method. Learn how to make smarter choices for better embroidery every time!
Embroidery Made Easy (Basic) Do you now have a stash full of stabilizers and don’t know which to use where? Are you confused by all the choices? Find out: the basic must-haves for your stabilizer stash basic tools of the trade for every embroiderer what needles are best what embroidery threads are best and for […]
Why should you take this class? Because understanding how a design is created will make you a better embroiderer. While not technically a digitizing class, you will begin to look at a design through the eyes of a digitizer. Why waste time sewing a design if you can look at it on-screen and see that it is not sew-worthy for your project?