Adventures In Machine Embroidery 2022 Part 25 – A Home For A Gnome

This week I wanted to try some of the original digitizing tools in conjunction with some of the new effects including the hand-stitch effect so I created a cute wee gnome illustration and set to work …

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Look At What I Made!

Here is what I created using this technique.

Hatching An Idea

I put this video together to show you my journey through this week’s adventure in machine embroidery. Just hit play and have a good slurp or two of your lovely beverage.


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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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3 thoughts on “Adventures In Machine Embroidery 2022 Part 25 – A Home For A Gnome

  1. Hi Jim,

    I hope all is doing well down in TX. I have 2 questions for you :-).

    With your older kits that you can buy the tutorial, is there some one that could cut out that I could pay? I do have a Crucut 3 but wow it takes ages and it is not clean 2. If number 1 cannot happen do you have any recommendations of a cutter that would do the work? I have looked into them and I know they are a few thousands of dollars. I need something that would just do my projects not all the ones you do for others.

    Thanks, Fussypoodle :-)

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