Adventures In Machine Embroidery 2022 Part 7

This week I have been exploring more applique tools in Hatch Embroidery Digitizing software and created a butterfly with organza wings.

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Look At What I Made!

Here is the very butterfly that I mentioned in the opener of this post.

The wings were cut from organza using my Brother Scan N Cut using SVG cut files generated by the software – a perfect fit!

Hatching An Idea

I took it a little slower this week when recording the video during the software elements as I wanted to show you in real-time just how quickly this came together, the cutting and stitching elements of the overview have been edited but still give a very good idea of the overall process.

Anyhoo, I’d best just let you hit play and enjoy watching.


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Ok, that’s me done for this post. Hope you enjoyed hearing about my adventures in machine embroidery and will pop back again soon.

All the best,

John.


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