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Do you have a favorite type of embroidery? I love the slow nature of hand embroidery, but the more I do of machine embroidery I find that to be a lot of fun too! I have been working on my … Continue reading
What Is The Internet Embroidery Club? Thank you all for being a part of this family who loves the wonderful, creative things that your remarkable embroidery machines can do. We’re striving to increase your enjoyment of this 21st century implementation … Continue reading
Sew A Softie today and reconnect, slow down and share your love of sewing soft cute things with the next generation of sewists. Join us in July to Sew a Softie! The event was founded by Trixi Symonds, a designer, … Continue reading
In the past, needle choice was limited to different needle sizes, but the current market offers so many choices, making it overwhelming. Learn the basic needle options to narrow down the choices and make needle selection easier. System • The … Continue reading
It’s all in the details this summer! The best on-trend detail you can add to your 2017 garments is embroidery. This kit includes 15 digital sewing patterns and 2 collections of machine embroidery designs that you can load onto your … Continue reading
Last year we released the Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery with Sara Gallegos as the host. That first season was one of our most popular video series. In series one Sara covered Now in season two Sara covers even more must … Continue reading
Do you love your embroidery machine, of course you do! Have you ever wondered what else that talented piece of equipment can do? Then this course is for you! We’ll explore how easily your embroidery machine can become your best … Continue reading
Some of the most amazing embroidery comes from an old province in Uzbekistan. I haven’t been to Uzbekistan yet. But, I was fortunate to see a few pieces of embroidery work from the region from a local exhibit a few … Continue reading