October 2009

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Organ Needles – Viking Diamond

Is it okay to use Organ Needles in the Viking Designer Diamond Sewing Maching?????????  We have been told not to use them because they are a little bit too long.  And, since I have the Diamond – I would like to know the answer to this.  Thank you – Yvonne. Hi, This is a general […]

Boo-tiful Halloween Mini Quilt

Make a Boo-tiful Halloween Mini-Quilt! This fun project tutorial from A Bit of Stitch comes with six applique designs, the quilt layout pattern, a curved corner template and step-by-step instructions to show you how to make the quilt. Also included are lots of helpful hints and tips. Create your own layout to make placemats or […]

How to Create Stipple with Embird

Carolyn Keber’s latest tutorial, Creating Stipple Designs with Embird Studio v5, takes you through creating your own stippling using the Freehand Tool. By the end of the lesson you will be confidently creating your own stipple designs to use for quilting, home decoration and on garments. You will be thrilled at how simple it is to […]

Monster Bash Tote and Play

SewAZ Embroidery’s new Monster Bash Tote & Play set is a must have project for Halloween and would make a great table centerpiece with the freestanding party goers and lots of scrummy candy scattered around. Or it could be trick or treat bag with the addition of an extra hook and loop at the bottom of […]

Download to CD/DVD using Embird

Hi Carolyn Is there anyway using Embird that you can download to a CD or DVD drive. Thanks -  Leanne Gitell Hi Leanne, Usually when saving designs to other media I use a USB pen and not a CD, however, I tried it for you and it does work. Pop your CD in the CDROM […]

What is Stipple?

I would like to know exactly what is meant by the phrase “stipple” designs.  I am looking for designs that can be sewn with heavy threads, such as Sulky 12 Lose Weight Exercise, and would like to know if stipple designs are appropriate for that thread.  Thank you - Barbara. Dear Barbara, There is a bit […]