Did you miss the 2018 Virtual Sewing Expo? No problem! I’ve reposted my sessions here. This is part 2 of a 2 part class. Use this coupon to save $10 on my book: EmbRec2018 The Embroidery Recipe: How Your Ingredients Affect Your Results
Did you miss the 2018 Virtual Sewing Expo? No problem! I’ve reposted my sessions here. This is part 1 of a 2 part class. Use this coupon to save $10 on my book: EmbRec2018 The Embroidery Recipe: How Your Ingredients Affect Your Results
Simulate the look of hand pieced and embellished Victorian crazy patch with your embroidery machine! See how to stitch foundation piecing in the hoop, add decorative stitches reminiscent of hand embroidery to create blocks and applique in a fraction of the time as more traditional methods. Related Articles How to Embroider Victorian Crazy Patch In-the-Hoop […]
Last July, I digitized a set of continuous line baby animals and then used the same artwork to recreate the animals in appliqué and now I’ve finally finished stitching those appliqué versions!
In this video: What is a jump & why they’re there What you can do about them The difference between stitch elements and object elements How closest point capabilities can reduce long jumps and possibly trims thus speeding production and improving results Brief comparison of Embrilliance Essentials with Wilcom Hatch for fonts Related Articles About […]
Puckered and rippled machine embroidery can be caused by a number of things. Learn what they are and how to prevent them. These classes were originally presented during the 2017 Virtual Sewing, Quilting, and Embroidery Expo and are fundamental principles for ALL embroiderers. Part 1: Hooping Properly Any good embroidery result starts with hooping – […]