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. SewBL

A menu appears with several options for quick customization. Sew2BL

  1. Select the artwork outline. I chose a sewing machine from the hundreds of options.
  2. Select how you want the border to appear: run, steil stitch or no visible outline. I like the steil.
  3. Type in the words. Skip prepositions, just insert a few words. I typed in Word Art Stitches after removing the default My Text.
  4. Select the font. You can choose one or create custom combinations. The software forces a mini font into the list. This is a very helpful safety net as the words can get quite small.
  5. Select a thread palette. There are a dozen to choose from and you can create custom palettes.
  6. Select from several small designs to add additional embellishment.
  7. Apply is where the magic happens. Click Apply to view your work. Continue to click to see random creations. Once you see one you like, click Ok because you won’t see it again!

The menu will dissolve and you’ll find your new embroidery design on the screen. machine1BL

If you’d like to tweak the design (and who can’t leave well enough alone?), select the design, right mouse click and select Ungroup. Select the Text icon and click on each individual word to make any changes you’d like. You have so much freedom in Word Art in Stitches, you’ll find yourself decorating everything with bubble text!

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5 Comments on Adventures In Word Art In Stitches

  1. Angie
    August 9, 2015 at 7:03 am (4 years ago)

    This looks so great. I’m hoping my dealership in Maitland has it in stock. Heading there on Monday.

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  2. Jacqueline Curtis
    August 10, 2015 at 12:14 am (4 years ago)

    I have played with word art for years. It is something to be enjoyed and experimented with.

    Reply
  3. Doree Shandera
    August 13, 2015 at 10:35 am (4 years ago)

    Where can I buy this in western Washington?

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  4. Amanda
    April 18, 2017 at 3:00 am (3 years ago)

    Hi will this work on Windows 10?

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