Embroidery Machine Essentials: How to Stabilize, Hoop and Stitch Decorative Designs

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Krause Publications Craft, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Frustrated by the lack of information in your embroidery machine's instruction manual? This book will help you learn how to use your embroidery machine to its fullest potential. From choosing threads to knowing which stabiliser to pair with your fabric, you will find helpful tips and techniques for producing creative designs. Learn to successfully hoop and stitch designs and put these skills to use creating simple projects. Includes a free CD featuring six exclusive embroidery designs digitised by award-winning Lindee Goodall, owner of Cactus Punch.
  

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Embroidery Machine Essentials

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This book is the Bible for embroiderers. Well-written, informative, well illustrated and even includes embroidery designs. I find myself returning to this book for information and to troubleshoot over ... Read full review

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Since I have begun my machine embroidery experience 11 years ago I tried to find as much as possible information in internet about embroidery digitizing.
It is pity that I couldn't read this book
when I was a beginner.
I recomend this book to everybody who is going to start small embroidery business. Even if you are interested to embroider some flowers on your dougter's clothes with your domestic embroidery mashine this book also will be very helpfull.
Olga Zelenina
www.funnysunflower.com
 

Contents

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VI
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VII
36
VIII
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IX
72
X
98
XI
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Page 7 - The answers to these questions will help you determine if you have the correct fabric and design combination.

About the author (2001)

Jeanine Twigg is also the author of it's a Snap! Secrets for Successful Snapping. She has written articles for various industry magazines such as Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery. She is also the founder of The Snap Source, Inc. She lives in Madison Heights, Michigan.

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