Adventures In Machine Embroidery 2022 Part 26 – Making A Baroque Style Monogram

The other week, as part of my ‘normal’ design work, I created a baroque style frame for digital cutting machines and whilst I was thinking of what to do with the machine embroidery this week, I thought that this design would make look wonderful as an embroidered design.

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Look At What I Made!

Here is what I created using this technique.

As I mentioned, this was inspired by a previous cardmaking design that I release a couple of weeks back.

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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