Volume 104 | May/June 2017
In this issue of Designs in Machine Embroidery Magazine:
- Update Your Stitches
- Trending Now:
- Chunky Fills
- Whipped Satins
- Fabric-Friendly Textured Designs
- The Future of Machine Embroidery is Vintage
- Free Embroidery Designs and more
Table of Contents
Celebrate a bygone era with Joanne Banko’s apron. Download Two Free redwork designs courtesy of BrotherSews.com for free! Click here Download Bonus Apron Construction Instructions for free! Click here
Big, bold stitches look like handwork on a summer classic, the peasant blouse. No one will believe you stitched it on a home machine!
Like the look of old school varsity letters? Take a look at today’s interpretation.
From trash to treasure! Transform bits of denim scraps into textured patchwork.
Katherine Artines reminds us that vintage does not mean old. Oh no, it means, “best, choice, classic.” See Katherine’s best work yet!
Turn blank toweling fabric into beautiful towels with the easy addition of embroidered nostalgic ladies and pretty ruffles. Download the free ruffle trim instructions for free! Click here
Debbie Henry packs a fresh approach and expert care advice into antique linens. Download Pamela's Joy Freebie design for free! Click here
Dress up rustic burlap with red, white and blue patriotic fabric – perfect for a summer picnic.
Use built-in software designs to make personalized baby gifts.
Watch your friends do a double take when they see these unique designs.
Ernesto sets up a hot dog stand by a cactus and an ant mound. What could go wrong?
The popular – but dreaded – cap embroidery! Marie Zinno walks you through the process.
Scott Goodman gives an overview of embroidery software options. (Mac users, there’s something for you too!)
Look to your travels for your t-shirt inspiration!