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  • Multi-Needle Monday: On the Edge Monogrammed Pillowcase

    The simple monogrammed pillowcase sounds like an easy task but when you think about the placement of the monogram you might re-consider. The monogram size should be generous; at least 2 ½ inches tall and is traditionally stitched directly on the band. Multi-needle machine owners have the advantage over single needle domestic machines because the […] Read more…

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    Editing in Word Art in Stitches

    If you’re like me, you can’t leave well enough alone. You just have to make a slight change to almost any design. I can’t help myself; it’s just the way I am. I’m grateful that I have the ability to do just that in Word Art in Stitches. The software is fantastic – works blazingly […] Read more…

  • Eileen's Machine Embroidery Blog

    Beauty and Inspiration is Everywhere!

    Sometimes you find inspiration in unusual places! This little fellow was spotted outside by my office mate who brought it to my desk.  She knew I wouldn’t be able to resist taking photos.  I’m not sure any of us anticipated I’d try to coordinate it with fabric, but the moth was cooperative – so I […] Read more…

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    Software Saturday – Kindergarten Rocks!

    In today’s lesson, I’ll demonstrate how to create the special requested Kindergarten Rocks embroidery layout.  If you missed part 1 of the series from Monday, you can read it here: Part 1 of Kindergarten Rocks Open Perfect Embroidery Pro (PEP) software and select the “T” for text tool in the upper left hand of screen. Type […] Read more…

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    Unusual Uses for Bobbin Thread!

    One evening I was stitching happily when the bobbin case exploded.  What an incredible… fascinating… MESS!  I quickly grabbed my camera to take photos. The unwound thread – in its loose spirals – intrigued me.  What a waste of thread… but surely I can turn this into something positive. And that’s when I realized fairy […] Read more…

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    Multi-Needle Monday: Kindergarten Rocks!

    Through my embroidery business I have stitched hundreds of corporate logos, team items and unique baby accessories. I am always open to new ideas; once in a while a customer will bring me a special request. This time the request was for a kindergarten t-shirt. The mother’s youngest of 4 children was starting kindergarten in […] Read more…

Multi-Needle Mondays!


  • Multi-Needle Monday: On the Edge Monogrammed Pillowcase

    The simple monogrammed pillowcase sounds like an easy task but when you think about the placement of the monogram you might re-consider. The monogram size should be generous; at least 2 ½ inches tall and is traditionally stitched directly on the band. Multi-needle machine owners have the advantage over single needle domestic machines because the […] Read more…

  • kindergartenfeat

    Multi-Needle Monday: Kindergarten Rocks!

    Through my embroidery business I have stitched hundreds of corporate logos, team items and unique baby accessories. I am always open to new ideas; once in a while a customer will bring me a special request. This time the request was for a kindergarten t-shirt. The mother’s youngest of 4 children was starting kindergarten in […] Read more…

Software Saturdays!

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    Editing in Word Art in Stitches

    If you’re like me, you can’t leave well enough alone. You just have to make a slight change to almost any design. I can’t help myself; it’s just the way I am. I’m grateful that I have the ability to do just that in Word Art in Stitches. The software is fantastic – works blazingly […] Read more…

  • Eileen's Machine Embroidery Blog

    Software Saturday – Kindergarten Rocks!

    In today’s lesson, I’ll demonstrate how to create the special requested Kindergarten Rocks embroidery layout.  If you missed part 1 of the series from Monday, you can read it here: Part 1 of Kindergarten Rocks Open Perfect Embroidery Pro (PEP) software and select the “T” for text tool in the upper left hand of screen. Type […] Read more…

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    Importing Artwork in Word Art in Stitches

    It’s very easy to create your own bubbles with your own artwork in Inspirations’ Word Art in Stitches.. Let me show you how. Open a new file (File, New). Select Import Artwork from the File menu. Select an artwork file from your computer (navigate to different areas of your hard drive by clicking on the […] Read more…

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    Adventures In Word Art In Stitches

    Open a new file in Inspirations’ Word Art in Stitches lettering program. Word Art in Stitches is only available at Inspirations brick and mortar dealers.   Click on the Bubble Text icon – just hover the mouse over an icon to quickly identify the icon’s function.  A menu appears with several options for quick customization.  […] Read more…