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Totebag challenge – incorporating machine embroidery (part 1)

There is nothing like a sewing challenge to spark creativity! I will be at SewExpo in Puyallup, WA the first week of March as an attendee. As part of the SewExpo Facebook group, the discussion came up about different totebag pattens and ideas. I’ve been looking for a reason to make a “workhorse” type tote […]

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How I develop my digitizing plan – the story

Yes, this blog post is about machine embroidery, but I first wanted to share with you my story on how this came about. Before July 20, 2015, my knowledge of Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) went as far as Stephen Hawking – a brilliant scientist who has been living with this disease for decades.  It attacked his […]

Bubbles Blog

How much binding do you need? Refer to I Plead Quilty go-to calculations!

Those of you that follow me know that I am not a quilter but I do create many projects and samples that use a “quilter’s binding” as the finishing edge.  I actually enjoy the hand sewing involved in putting on a binding in this fashion so it is my go-to finishing technique. I’m not an […]

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Separating part of a design using Embrilliance Enthusiast

The stitch editing of Embrilliance Enthusiast allows you to split out part of a design in one operation.Working with this design, you can see that the two butterflies will stitch out simultaneously. Each color is in both butterflies and will stitch out in order together. So what if you just wanted one butterfly?  Or maybe […]