Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery Series – Episode 4 Preview!

Hello fans of Creative Machine Embroidery magazine. We are excited about the latest launch of a new machine embroidery series. This series teaches and inspires both new and experienced machine embroiderers to get the most out of their machine investment and create beautiful embroidered projects.

If you are new to machine embroidery, you’ll love this new series. If you need a refresher this series might just be the thing to get you back to creating beautiful machine embroidery garments, crafts and quilts.

You can purchase a subscription to the series on QNNtv or purchase the entire series now for 24.99. 

Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery will guide you through a variety of topics including:

  • different types of embroidery designs
  • stabilizers and threads that are available
  • how to embroider on ready-made-projects
  • embroidering on difficult fabrics
  • different stabilizers & how to use them
  • the basics of embroidery software, and so much more.

ABME 450x3001 Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery Series   Episode 4 Preview!
This series is great for those that sew garments, quilts and/or crafts. As long as you have an embroidery machine and you want to learn all there is to it, you’re all set! Just sit back and find out how fun machine embroidery can be.

Each week on the Sew News and CME blogs will be presenting a very quick preview of the latest episode.

Episode 4 is all about stabilizers. You’ll learn about the different types,what they are, how to use them and more.

Watch a quick preview of Episode 4 of Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery

You can purchase this as a subscription to QNNtv.com or purchase the entire series (26 episodes) here for only 24.99

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3 Responses to Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery Series – Episode 4 Preview!

  1. Karen says:

    I do not sew much any more but really enjoy my embroidery machine. Some suggestions for beginners,- make a test stitch out of your design, use the same size and type of thread(s), and if you have some scrap fabric of a similar weight use it. If you save several of these test stitch outs (and they look good), you can latter assemble them into a quilt, pillow or even sachet to put into a drawer. Use the same weight fabric, same weight and type/composition/size of thread (cotton, poly., rayon), same stabilizer, do not change hoop sizes if you want to anticipate placement of the design. Use the test out to place (you can mark the hoop edges and first stitch placement, use removable marks if you want to save the prettiest test stitch outs) your fabric, or blank (unembroidered finished piece). As you are a sewer in addition to embellishing items that you have made consider covering a stain with an embroidery, or for a quick gift find a very plain item (towels, mesh totes, bags- of all kinds and personalizing with embroidery and if appropriate a bit of lace). Good luck with another hobby ;-)

  2. Devanie Gladman says:

    I think the simple designs that look of hand embroidery would look nice on some throw pillows. Grouped around four sides.

  3. ivan kasibante says:

    i want to come there to learn more about embroidery phisically

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