Volume 67 | March/April 2011
In this issue of Designs in Machine Embroidery Magazine:
- Keep Your Embroidery Designs Safe
- Experts' Tips on 14 Trendy Projects!
- "She Never Hooped It!" She Appliquéd It
Table of Contents
No assembly-line monotony here.
Put your stamp, an embroidered stamp, on a purchased bag
Pair a fun spring fabric with whimsical swirl designs to create a youthful top.
The classic combo of black and white denim gets a facelift with a splash of spring flowers.
Readymade garments provide unexpected canvases to showcase embroidery.
Silky, sumptuous and luxurious – spoil yourself with satin pajamas.
Evy Hawkins shows you how to combine a few 'found' items with tons of texture and monochromatic embroidery designs.
They'll jump with joy for these nifty reversible jumpers.
Today's Swiss lace is colorful and – digital!
Create flawless freestanding lace without the hassle of handwork.
Draw inspiration for your next project from unexpected places.
Every little girl will cherish her very own in-the-hoop doll.
Surprise your tech savvy friend with a personalized laptop bag or mouse pad.
Rotate, size and mirror image a fluttering array of dragonflies on a delightfully feminine wall hanging by Nancy Zieman.
Embrace the unexpected–when it comes to embroidery placement - Deborah Jones shows you how!
Scott Goodman gets right to the point with this often ignored, yet indispensible component in your embroidery machine.
Keep Your Designs in a Safe Place!
No more hunting for your misplaced folder of embroidery files! Katherine Artines gives a helpful primer (and reminder to the pros) on digital organization.
› Baby Lock
› Creative DRAWings
› Early May Enterprises - EME Embroidery Designs
› Embroider This!
› Embroidery Library
› Five Star Fonts
› Floriani Embroidery
› GG Designs Embroidery
› Jenny Haskins Products
› Oma's Place
› Oregon PatchWorks
› SWAK Embroidery
› Urban Threads