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Continuous Embroidery Embroidery Tips & Techniques

Tips for Splitting Designs & Continuous Embroidery

Happy Thursday Embroidery Friends!

Today we were so excited to introduce DIME contributor, avid sewer, brand ambassador, and Eileen’s long-time friend, Joanne Banko. Keep up with the generous Joanne at where you will find her Designs in Machine Embroidery published book, Wrapped in Embroidery.

Eileen and Joanne shared a ton of valuable and inspiring information today. If you missed the live, you don’t want to miss the rebroadcast!

Watch below:

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    Interesting way to split design and continuous embroidery!

  • suba suba

    This is a good tip especially to those fresh to the blogosphere. Brief but very precise info Thank you for sharing this one. A must read post!

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