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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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Density Repair Kit – tuning the stitches

The main functions of Density Repair Kit (DRK) are using the density map to analyze your design as well as setting your project by selecting the type of fabric you want to process the design for. These functions are rather automatic but very powerful in how they can quickly allow you to solve problems.  Yes, […]

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The 8th day of my 31 Day Blog Challenge

 I’m actually rather impressed that I have not missed a single day yet.  Maybe it’s because I have been watching many of my friends continue with their blog posts and I don’t want to be left behind 🙂 If you are interested in other sewing related sites that are taking part in this challenge, please […]

Create smooth edge split designs such as pocket toppers with Embrilliance Enthusiast

Exploring creative editing techniques is a certain way to create new and unique embroidery designs.  The “slice with needle points” function in the Stitch Editing of Embrilliance Enthusiast will allow you to do fun customizing with existing designs.  You can make any selection and slice it and needlepoints will be added and secured.  Using the […]

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Saving cut files for the Cameo, Scan ‘N Cut, & more for embroidery designs

The current version of Embrilliance Essentials software has some pretty nifty features and functions for existing appliqué embroidery designs and I just finished the video showing a quick overview of these functions. Before I give you that link let me first talk about the purse shown to the left.  I’ve been reading about all these […]

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Handy Organizers for Those that Sew

As I was browsing through some new blogs from the sewing/quilting industry, I came upon one called “Moose Droppings” from Purple Moose Designs.  OF COURSE the name in itself required a second look at the very least 🙂  I have fond memories of riding through Yellowstone National Park on the back of the motorcycle calling […]