Adventures In Machine Embroidery 2022 Part 9

This month, in a bid to become more user-confident with the Hatch Embroidery digitizing software, I intend to take a dive into a range of tools, options and features that I have rarely touched on in previous posts, starting with redwork.

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Look At What I Made!

For my first steps into redwork I decided to use one of the built in designs that comes bundled with the software just to get an idea of how redwork looks when stitch out on a machine.

This is what I created.

Nice! I do think that I need to work with a coloured bobbin thread in the future though as you can see the black bobbin thread peeking through.

Anyway, I liked the style and the look of this technique so will be doing my own design next week.

In the meantime, here’s a quick video of this week’s playtime. Enjoy!

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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.

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