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Embrilliance classes in Australia 2019

Yes! I am so excited to be working again with my embroidery family of Echidna Sewing Products for a limited location event in Australia!  We are heading to Australia in November on holiday. Of course, I had to check in with Gary Walker to see if they were interested in hosting me for an embroidery […]

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2018 Reggie Awards

As you know, I work closely with my friend and colleague Brian Baillie, and the folks at Embrilliance.  I like my independence as Lisa SewBubbles teaching and promoting the Embrilliance software – so much so that I am a dealer for the Embrilliance software at tradeshows, but I don’t work for Embrilliance.  HOWEVER – I […]

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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 […]

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Embrilliance Hands on Classes a la carte Kansas City, KS

  The short version – Hands on Embrilliance software classes One, two or three days – sign up for the day(s) that suit your needs and have the information that you want. Please visit the Kansas City, Kansas information page for more details & to register.  

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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 […]