It has been some time since I did sew something for my home, here is my new decoration for the entrance! I like the message! Hope you do too!
This month, see how to easily change the stitchout order of your designs in 6D™ Design Creator and play with frames and flourishes in 6D™ Embroidery Extra. We also share how to use charts in 6D™ Cross Stitcher and create edge to edge patterns in QuiltDesign Creator.
This month in the TruEmbroidery™ newsletter we will look at multiple ways to easily change the stitchout order of our designs in TruE™ Create. We will also share how you can embellish embroideries by adding frames and flourishes.
Whether you are off to the farmers market, down to the beach or maybe today is the day for that quilt class you have been soooo looking forward to….this great tote bag will be your go to bag!!!!
This month we will focus on placing a basting line around your embroidery designs, using the Endless Wizard to repeat embroideries, and getting the most from the Windows® Explorer Plug-in. We will also share how to create your own motif patterns for quilting.
We have been moving our offices, and had to sort out some old documents, I found myself very excited reading and looking at what we had in our storages. Enjoy!
If you want to sew a little baby blanket, here are som tips for you! Kristina and Maria has been sewing for some of their friends that has gotten new born babies. See how to they did sew the cute och cousy baby blankets.
This month we will focus on placing a basting line around your embroidery designs while in TruE™ Modify. We will also share with you how to create a continuously repeating embroidery using the Encore function and simple stitch markers.
This fun pillow uses the Circular Attachment, to create the piped petals and features design 200220018 from HUSQVARNA VIKING® embroidery collection 240, Most Popular Quilting Designs.
Since the animal printed dress was an easy and quick project to sew, I did sew two more!
Using the Mega Endless embroidery hoop I am sewing on my next dress. I think I will finish with the embroideries this week, then I will continue with the actual construction.