If you’re serious about your machine embroidery hobby, it’s time for you to elevate your skills by using embroidery software and upgrading your embroidery tools. A good place to learn about both is in an Inspirations’ Everything from A to Z event. What’s A to Z? Embroidery techniques from Applique to Zippers. You’ll learn the keys to making beautiful machine embroidery applique – inside and out – from basic satin edge to trendy motifs on flat to furry fabrics and everything in between.
You’ll want to include lettering in all your machine embroidery projects after you see Inspirations’ smorgasbord of lettering techniques: monogramming, miniature, bubble, puffy and calligraphy.
Want to stitch a hat on a single needle? Yes you can! Learn how to mark, stabilize and hoop a hat in no time. Plus you’ll discover how easy it is to transform one dimensional embroidery into oh-so-cute and useful 3D projects.
Learn how to leave tricky zipper insertion and flawless buttonholes to your embroidery machine. Our Inspiration education consultants will lead you through the tips and tricks for successful embroidery plus you get to play with magnetic hoops, laser and placement tools. It’s a fun, relaxed class that will inspire you to go home and get stitching! Treat yourself to a Mother’s Day present and sign up for a class today. There are almost 200 events scheduled across the country in the next months and more added every week. Click here http://www.inspiredbydime.com/inspiration-socials/ to find an event near you.
Happy Mother’s Day!
pm7 years ago
The calendar of events is frustrating as it is sorted by dealer name not by state so anyone interested has to glance at every location to find one near them. Ease of use may spark more interest.
Karen S7 years ago
I attended an event last week. Thank you.Happy Mothers Day to you.
Judy7 years ago
I have the Enterprise 10 needle baby lock. Will this hoop fit my machine?
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Sylvia Erspamer7 years ago
Has the magazine ever considered an article in framing embroidered artwork? I frequently embroider copies of birth announcements, wedding invitations, favorite Bible verses or sayings, etc as gifts and am usually stuck on the best/simplest/most durable way to frame them.
Bruce6 years ago
Great post. Thanks for sharing.