Create your own one-of-a-kind jewelry collection and accessories!
This month we will focus on the Design Player in the TruE™ software. We will also share with you what the difference is between square and circle points in TruE™ Create.
Create a stunning, vintage-looking classic table runner using heirloom stitches and Madeira appliqué. A beautiful center embroidery completes the look; a timeless treasure to add to any table!
It is soon time to travel, a lot of sewing is being done! Here you can see what I have sewn so far. I did also get a picture for the "Keeping the World Sewing" projects as well as an idea how to sew phone covers. We do all sew in the office and I love to share it all with you!
During the last days, I have been sewing so many different things! A present, and I started with some outfits for my upcoming trip to Milwaukee, Winsconsin USA. My mind is full of fun ideas, I will share as I move on with the sewing.
In this month’s newsletter, learn about the multiple methods to enlarge or reduce the view of designs in 6D™. Also see how to create multiple designs from a single embroidery with the morphing tools in 6D™ Stitch Editor Plus.
I am happy to be back in the office! Time to get started with a lot of new exciting projects. You will love them! Before the vacation I got to borrow a tunic from my colleague Carina. I drew the pattern and did sew one for me, using one of the fabrics I bought on the fabric sale. Happy to have a...
This month we will focus on the multiple methods to enlarge or reduce designs in the TruE™ software. We will also share with you how to create multiple designs from one single design by using the morphing tools in TruE™ Modify.
Stitch up this pretty blackboard memo board to put on your fridge. It is magnetic and attaches easily. Perfect to keep all those little details of life in order! Spanish Hemstitching joins the panels.
I am quick when it comes to take pictures in the office for sharing with you here on the "Joy of Sewing" blog.
Three of my colleagues has been sewing, here you can see what they created! Eva-Britt, Barbara and Kerstin is my catch this week!