Articles in Category: Embroidery Techniques

December Echidna P.I.E - Holly & Poinsettia

December Echidna P.I.E - Holly & Poinsettia

Month 6 – Holly & Poinsettia: 3D Flowers

In this lesson I'll use customizing software to repurpose embroidery designs to create a 3D effect. My instructions include the use of tools within the Embrilliance Essentials and Embrilliance Enthusiast programs, however, the process is quite simple and if you have other software, you should be able to follow along quite easily.

How to Get Your Own Slice of P.I.E.

How to Get Your Own Slice of P.I.E.

For the past year I taught a monthly embroidery club at a local quilt shop. Turn out was light where in years past, our Extra Punch program with Cactus Punch could draw crowds of 60+ participants. After speaking with other shops and teachers, I found out their experiences were similar.

What's different? People want to learn on their own schedule and they don't want to travel. They want quality education at discount prices. They want to make only the projects that appeal to them and they don't want to have to lug in a big heavy machine to a crowded classroom.

Echidna P.I.E. Curriculum Overview

Echidna P.I.E. Curriculum Overview

Join us for a year's worth of embroidery classes based on "A Year of Flowers," which is a collection of flowers of the month digitized as appliqué, redwork, and fill stitches.

Each month we'll discuss a different topic and have a project. These designs were originally designed as a block-of-the-month quilt but as you'll see during the classes, they can be used for much more!

Of course, you'll be able to ask questions and post pictures of your projects.

How to Create Your Own Embroidery Designs without Digitizing

How to Create Your Own Embroidery Designs without Digitizing

Did you ever want to make your own embroidery designs but you don't want to digitize?

Well you can when using and combining simpler, small elements into your own compositions. Building Block designs were digitized specifically for this purpose. They are simpler, smaller elements with fewer color changes designed for combining into your own masterpieces.

About Me

lindee crafsy ovalHi, I’m Lindee Goodall, a machine embroidery designer, digitizer, and educator  in Tucson, AZ.

It’s pretty accurate to say that I’m addicted to digitizing and I have a major fondness for cats, all things Mac, and Filemaker Pro. It’s my passion to help keep you in stitches—embroidery stitches, that is!

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!

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