The Sunday Stitch 2 – Recolouring A Machine Embroidery Design In Hatch Embroidery Design 2

September 15, 2019 — 5 Comments

In this video I would like to share with you how I recoloured a machine embroidery design from Urban Threads in Hatch Embroidery 2 software and then stitch it out on a Brother Innov-is 750PE embroidery machine.

Fancy a look?

Well, here is the design after I had recoloured it and stitched it out.

Beautiful isn’t it?

As I mentioned, the design came from Urban Threads. They have lots of lovely designs. I’ve shared a few with you before in various machine embroidery posts.

Recently I set aside some time to explore the Hatch Embroidery 2 software that I began in The Sunday Stitch and decided to start simple and just load a design and recolour it.

At least that way I wasn’t going to bog myself down in trying to learn too much all at once. A sensible plan, yes?

Anyway, luckily I recorded the creative event and have a video to share with you so, without delay, I shall pop it below for your viewing pleasure.

If you’ve got any questions or comments then please feel free to pop them in the comments section below or over on the video page on YouTube.

Enjoy!



Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to sharing more with you soon!

Bye for now.

J :)

5 responses to The Sunday Stitch 2 – Recolouring A Machine Embroidery Design In Hatch Embroidery Design 2

  1. 

    Very interesting John, I have Hatch but never used it. I think I need more tuition

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  2. 

    Sorry should read
    Very pretty John x

    Liked by 1 person

  3. 

    Very preyJohn

    Like

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