Filling Small Spaces
Embroidery Software Success by Eileen Roche
Eileen Roche created the Embroidery Software Success series to teach you how to make the most of the features found in My Lace Maker Software.
The keys to designing lace to fit into small spaces are defining the space, setting the grid, adding decorative lace elements and making the most of the space allotted.
My Lace Maker has several garment images (backdrops) built into the software to assist you in creating custom lace embellishments. A pocket flap presents some challenges as it is a small detail on a garment yet, its placement is dominant. To master filling small spaces, use the pocket flap image that’s built into the backdrop library in My Lace Maker.
In this tutorial you'll learn how to design lace to fit into small spaces by defining the area, setting the grid, adding decorative lace elements and making the most of the space.
Eileen Roche is the founder of Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine and she holds several US patents on innovative embroidery products. She has spent over 20 years devoting her career to finding solutions for machine embroiderers’ challenges. The author of over 15 books, Eileen has taught embroidery across the US and appeared on Sewing with Nancy and It’s Sew Easy. You can connect with Eileen on her blog and on Facebook.
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