Tag Archives: Outline alignment stitches
When I enter a fabric store I always head for the silk and the embroidered fabrics. Usually I am disappointed about the lack of choices, so I have always loved the idea of creating my own embroidered fabric, as is … Continue reading
Before releasing the final set in the Arabella Bullion collection for 12″ x 8″ I would like to take you through a stitch out of one of the panels, GFE-ARB-5-14, to explain what I did and why, as well as … Continue reading
To celebrate ten years of creating machine embroidery I combined elements from several of my more recent collections. This combination has several variations and I have created lots of options within this new set called Embroidery Celebration. I have recently … Continue reading
I love to display my favourite embroidery designs and the triptych, three canvases sometimes hinged together, is one of the best ways to do this, especially if the embroidery is done on silk and has an oriental flavour.
Viewing a full set of 12 large designs and seeing their potential is not always easy which is why I try to give as many hints as possible in my accompanying PDF’s. Make sure you always read any instructions which come … Continue reading
There are countless possibilities with the 32 designs in Georgiana mini for 40mm x 40mm hoops. Most of the elements from the Georgiana collection are here, so if you look at the larger designs you will get an idea of how … Continue reading
I have just finished the last set in the Plume de elegance collection. The final design is a mega classic for you all….
My new Plume de Elegance 3 designs contains some superb designs including a special border design and I would like to show you how to create a rich border with this design and how easy it is to change its appearance by … Continue reading
My very first attempt at digitising was a Celtic design. This type of embroidery fascinates me. It has its own unique demands, which are that the satin ribbon work that interweave under and over throughout the whole or most of the … Continue reading