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The Sunday Stitch 4 – Using Hatch To Adapt A Bought Embroidery Design

The first thing that I did was treat myself to a cheeky wee sale purchase of a unicorns head. Not an actual head, because that would have been weird, but instead a pattern of a head.

Specifically a machine embroidery pattern.

I then had some fun adapting and building on it in the Hatch digitizing software that I have been trying to learn.

The good news is that I think I am finally getting it as I was able to add some frames, monogramming and make a few other changes without having to reach for the help files and only had to stitch it out the once – woohoo!

Anyhoo, here is what I managed to put together.

Even more good news, I remembered to record the majority of what I did! I will therefore share the video with you in a mo. Just a quick mention on where I got me bits from.

The software and design I used in this project are available from the following locations.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Oh, and if you would like to see more in this series of blog posts, as I mentioned these earlier, please visit the Sunday Stitch archive.

Ok, ready for a quick video?

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

Bye for now.

J :)

7 thoughts on “The Sunday Stitch 4 – Using Hatch To Adapt A Bought Embroidery Design

  1. Love seeing the use of the Hatch software and your changes to the design – you are definitely adding impetus to my intention to go back to my embroidery machine this year. Thank you John 💜

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