Volume 84 | January/February 2014
In this issue of Designs in Machine Embroidery Magazine:
- 15 years of inspiration
- Project Runway Embroiders!
- 13 Instant Remakes From onesies to men's shirts
- Auto-digitizing? You be the judge
- Free Embroidery Designs and more
Table of Contents
Borders and blocks aren't just for quilts.
Learn how to transform a simple thrift store find into a chic fashion statement.
Stitch a special gift for baby without spending a fortune.
Transform a blank wool coat with texture, tulle and wool roving.
Discover a modern way to repurpose linens.
Stitch shirts your man will want to wear!
Project Runway All Stars winner, Anthony Ryan Auld, designs embroidered earrings.
The cleverest re-use of a shirt we've seen!
Make playtime extra comfy and soft for baby!
Marie Zinno proves sweaters can be more than garments!
These feminine felines are the purr-fect gift for the cat lover.
Fill this pretty organizer with pretty things and make any room glamorous!
Make onesies useful long after your baby has grown.
Diaper duty defi nitely doesn't have to be dull!
Deborah Jones sheds light on one of the biggest offenses you can commit when conserving stabilizer.
Rugged, cozy, durable and comfortable, chamois is one fabric you don't want to overlook when embroidering.
Many of us grew up in a home that proudly and prominently featured sewing furniture in the family room. Times have changed...
Marie Zinno launches a new column designed to help you organize (and stay organized!) throughout the year!
Thread weight and color matter more than you realize when stitching monograms.
Auto-digitizing may seem like the magic bullet – just don't shoot yourself in the foot!