Tag Archives: Lisa Shaw

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SewBubbles Video on Demand Classes

Today marks my TWO year anniversary from doing the After-hours broadcast on my SewBubbles Facebook page.  WOW – that’s a whole lot of chatting about machine embroidery – and I’m not done yet 🙂 Let me say right now – I am not stopping the After-hours show!  It has moved to Tuesday nights due to […]

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Bat saying stitched with Glow-in-the-Dark Thread

Here is a bit of information about me – I have a strong liking towards bats. I think they are rather cool – right up there with Horace, our resident owl. Its not a Halloween thing because I really like them in the summer. I know, that may be weird, but as I walk the […]

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New Playlist on my YouTube Channel

I’ve been doing some “After Hours with Lisa” live videos on Facebook on my Business page. This is a new learning experience for me – I decided to go with the casual after hours theme to encourage a relaxed setting for us to chat about machine embroidery. I have settled on doing them on Monday […]

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Test sewing with multiples in hoop

The life of a digitizer revolves around the test sew.  You’ve heard me say this often, and this can use alot of materials and hooping time especially when you are working on smaller items.  I thought I would share one of my “machine tips” that I try to make use of when possible. Combining multiples […]

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Applique digitizing technique

Let’s talk about applique styled machine embroidery embroidery designs.  An applique embroidery design, in general, will have three steps. Step 1 is a placement stitch and the machine must stop after it stitches this step.  Many refer to this as color #1 because home embroidery machines will stop at the end of a color.  You […]

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How-to get different underlay settings in a single letter shape

When digitizing letters, sometimes we get wrapped around the thought that a letter, such as the Letter S, should be one object.  Its easy to visualize that the Letter A would be 3 objects – one for each leg and one for the center bar across.  But the letter S…. when we look at this […]