One word - BRILLIANT! Well done Martine, you are a star too. Love Chris
very clever :)
Thank you for sharing! © is option G on the MAC. Most Windows computers it alt 0169 although there may be a tad of difference with extended keyboards,
originally I had that before the MNR but when I sew it out small, due to the size of the area it has to fit in, it because a bit 'knot-ty', not something you want under your embroidery, so I skipped that after the first few.
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I am not a digitizer but find this to be a wonderful idea!!!!!
What a great idea! I have some of my designs hijacked. I see them in collections sold on some of the illegal sites. I also love seeing the animated stitch out - how fun
Brilliance is the only word I can think of Martine. You are so wise in the world of your expertise, so knowledgeable and so willing to share . Hugs Lillian
Martine - you make it look so easy!! You are so talented!!!
This is a great idea for showing how it is done. Fantastic for digitizing embroidery designs.
Unfortunately I think it is the way of the internet(mentality of some people) and such a shame for those that work hard to have their designs and work stolen/sold. All we can do is keep supporting those doing the right thing and hope someone invents some kind of lock or something to keep things being stolen online
You offer the coolest little digitizing lessons. Fun to watch.
Such a wonderful idea! Not very many people would think to look for such an identifying mark. Thank you for sharing. The stealing of designs is so widespread. I recently contacted DBS about spotting one of their designs on another site. They responded by saying that it is so widespread that they can not afford to go after everyone - especially those overseas. So sad.
It's a huge problem and so unfair to the digitisers. I sold some 3D Fsl Christmas trees at a fair a number of years ago. Some.one came to my stall and said she had the design but had not sewn it but was glad to see it was worth the money she had paid for it. When asked it turned out she had bought it for $10 while I had posted it for free in YouEmbroidery. She had bought a few others as well and offered them to me at half price.
I guess some people don't realise it is not ok to share designs. I once bought some thread from someone who told me she used to save designs she downloaded online where she could get them for free and then she sold the design discs on ebay for a tidy sum
Now that's what I call being smart. You are sew clever. I would love to learn how to digitize, for now I just appreciate those that do. Be blessed, Avis
I have been doing this for years but never showed what I did, just mentioned it. A picture clarifies a lot.
Amazing! Thanks for sharing. One day I'm going to learn to digitize.
That's very clever of you.
Fantastic idea Martine
A very good idea.
Very interesting and thanks