Volume 81 | July/August 2013
In this issue of Designs in Machine Embroidery Magazine:
- KNITS: Stabilizing & Stitching Athletic Wear
- Casual Clothing For The Summer: Sundress, Flip-Flops, Beach Cover-up And More
- DISCOVER 6 Clever Embroidery Techniques:
- 3-D Effects
- Creating Fabric
- Free Embroidery Designs and more
Table of Contents
Repurpose a lace tablecloth into an elegant jacket.
Color-block style garments are the perfect canvas for embroidery.
Do a little sewing, quilting and embroidering to create a fun tote with amazing possibilities.
It's not your mama's eyelet anymore.
Sparkle, sparkle, make yourself a star with this Hollywood-style cover-up.
Stitch right off the edge of this oh-so feminine sundress.
Here's a clever way to embroider on a pocket - and beyond - without losing the use of the pocket.
Elevate the look of an ordinary shirt and skirt with sheer accents.
Stitch these festive drink koozies for your next gathering.
with these Monkeys
You won't mind having these charming monkeys on your back (pack).
Shower the mom-to-be with sunshine!
When it comes to designing, it's all about proportion.
into Your Dining Room
Quilt-in-the-hoop placemats spruce up your table.
Use software to add appliqué and lettering to personalize your garden décor.
Stash mail, sewing notions or other odds and ends in this clever pocket organizer.
Add textural dimension to embroidered appliqués.
Quick-to-stitch sandal embellishments transform drab fl ip-fl ops. You want one in every color!
Multi-Direction Stretch Knits
There's no need to shy away from four-way stretch knits. Tackle swim, athletic and dance wear with expert advice.
Learn the trick to embroidering on this fabric without working up a sweat!
Scott Goodman shares tips on how to keep your machine running smoothly until its next checkup.
Made by Hand and Delivered in Person
Shower a first-time mother-to-be by creating gifts from the heart.
Sourcing and Sharing Designs
Deborah Jones explains copyrights, good and bad freebies and what to look for in custom designs.
For the cutwork skirt instructions go to the OregonPatchWorks Embroidery Designs Mall website: www.oregonpatchworks.com.
› Applique for Kids
› Be the Difference Foundation
› Bunnycup Embroidery
› Buzz Tools
› Crystal Eye Candy
› Daily Embroidery
› Designs by SiCK
› Discount Embroidery Blanks
› Embroider This!
› Embroidery Arts
› Embroidery Garden
› Embroidery Library
› Five Star Fonts
› Floriani Embroidery
› Free Embroidery Designs
› Garden of Daisies
› GG Designs Embroidery
› Katelyn's Kreative Stitches
› Kreations by Kara
› Nancy's Notions
› Oma's Place
› Oregon PatchWorks Embroidery Designs Mall
› Platinum Embroidery
› RNK Distributing
› Sealed With A Stitch
› Seams Sew Special
› Sew Timeless
› SewAZ Embroidery Designs
› The Sewphisticated Stitcher
› Stitching Sisters
› Stunning Stitches
› Sudberry House
› Urban Threads