I can’t tell you how many emails I’ve gotten from people who say their hoop is large enough to sew a particular design but the designs are missing from the set they downloaded. In most cases, they have a Designer Diamond and have downloaded HUS format. It really doesn’t matter how large your machine’s sewing […]
Machine embroidered what? In case you’re not up on traditional hand embroidery techniques, hardanger is a type of drawn-thread work done on even weave fabric, often linen or cotton, and traditionally in white. It gets it’s name from a region in Norway although the technique itself can be traced back to more ancient cultures.
Just a quick reminder that the days are running out until March 31, 2010 when the 50% sale on Quick Projects will be GONE! If you have Generations and are interested in learning manual techniques, you need to hop on this special now! Check out the projects or just go on a shopping spree. Your […]
Those of you who have been participating in my weekly webinars with James Lyman and Leanne Church at embroidery.com have asked for a list of the topics covered since they have to post the sessions by their generic name. Our weekly crowd is growing and I know that others catch the recordings.
Ok, so I’ve been going on and on about building blocks in my free weekly Generations Workshop webinars at embroidery.com. In fact, I’m becoming quite addicted to making them and designing with them. So, you just might be curious… Why I Love Building Blocks Why do I love them? Let me count the ways…
Looking to put together a design for St. Patrick’s Day? This new Quick Project and webinar will walk you through all the steps you need to take to digitize this design from scratch in Generations embroidery digitizing software.
Don’t you love shopping at the grocery store when they have those free sample tastes of different foods you’ve never tried? Little mouth watering bites that give you just a taste of the whole pie and let you know whether it tickles your taste buds or sours your stomach. Now you can try out some […]
If you have some basic experience with Generations and just want to learn some specific techniques, then these new Quick Projects are just the thing! These projects are designed to teach you new ways of using your digitizing software to create a specific embroidery technique or learn how to use specific tools in Generations™. You […]
Whew! It’s been a lot of work and now the second unit in the Learn to Digitize series is now shipping! While the title is ABC’s of Keyboard Lettering, this module covers more than just typing letters into the Insert Text box.
Please join us for a live weekly digitizing workshop generously hosted by embroidery.com and yours truly. Together, James Lyman or Darin Andersen and I will be hosting this free webinar demonstrating digitizing techniques to answer your burning questions. Topics covered so far: auto digitizing a hand drawn image, creating redwork from an image downloaded from […]
I’ve taught digitizing theory for years but never tied it to a program except in house when working with the Cactus Punch digitizers and our program of choice. Why? Because to get really good at a program, you have to use it on a regular basis. Pair that with the fact that “I’m a Mac” […]
20 sports elements as Building Blocks (.mng files) exclusively for Generations™ (also available in multi-format). Designs shown at 75% of actual size. Sold only in sets. Download only. These designs were manually digitized in Generations and offer all the functionality of native .gen files. Perfect for creating quick designs or logos.
What are Building Blocks? Building Blocks are design elements digitized in Generations for Generations users. Build a library of these little critters and your favorite pieces will always be just a click away.