I could swear that a while ago I had posted looking for information of embroidery software that you could buy in modules and not Embird as I have that. I was looking for software that had a catalog function. I'm so old now that I can't remember the site
Made my first stuffie today. The hardest thing was turning it inside out. I've been wanting to do this every since someone here posted about giving them to police/fire for a scared child.Since I'm planning to make a bunch of them, I'll really need to h
I just bought a Babylock Destiny2 yesterday. I bought a BlJourney 1 1/2 years ago. It was fine for a while, but then started pulling the bobbin thread up, or the top thread down, and thread nests galore. I took it to the shop 6 times since May, replaced t
Does anyone know what this is? I found it in my ton of stuff and have no clue whether it goes with an embroidery machine or regular machine. The metal part is a hoop and it looks like the arm goes in a hole somewhere.
I want to have a stuffie party. We have a new Fire Station being built to replace the old. I read a post about giving stuffies to fire and police services to give to little children. So I want to have a stuffie party with my friends to make a bunch to giv
I have a satin stitch frame design that doesn't stitchout the way it looks in my software. In the software, the width of the stitching is the same everywhere. When I stitch it out on my machine the top to bottom sides are the right width, but the left to
I could swear that some stabilizers shrink, but then I think maybe it's something else that I do wrong. Do stabilizers shrink? I seem to have a shrinking problem with tearaways, but not the iron-on ones.
I just need to vent. I got a Babylock Journey 1 1/2 years ago. It worked perfectly for one year. Then it had an awful thread nest. since then, I keep getting nests, breaking needles, poor tension control, shredding thread, and terrible results. I c
I've noticed that when I stitchout a design that my fabric shrinks the WOF but not length. Not a lot, but enough to throw a frame off. I do use a basting stitch, but does not help. I've tried different kinds of stabilizers but so far none fixes the prob
I'm making my first tote...and I swear this project is jinxed. The worst thing I did was grab my rotary cutter instead of the marking pen. Anyhow, I want to put somethink in the bottom of the tote to make it firm. I was thinking cardboard, but that'll g
I'm looking for suggestion as to what fsl can be used for. I have a ton of them that I haven't stitched out, but when I give them to people my suggestions are limited...bookmarks, insert in a card, stitch on clothing...I was thinking about gluing onto a