Nearly two years into my “official” machine embroidery journey and I still haven’t scratched the surface of the Hatch Embroidery software. I have been feeling that there is a lot hidden that I really need to bring out and so I decided to start making some reference swatch libraries so that I can make full use of the included styles.
Namasté, Again, My Friends. Also, Free Embroidery File Included! Feeling a little calmer this week, thankfully. The chance to stitch up some loveliness has very much helped so I hope that you are too and that you are looking forward to part 2 of this two-part blog post.
The Sunday Stitch – Isolation Inspiration from Emily Dickinson Very excited to have had one of my designs featured in the Hatch newsletter and Hatch blog this week. Even more so as it is the first of my machine embroidery designs that will be available to download – better still, it’s free!
Watcha. It was a friend’s birthday recently and she enjoys going out on the [very cold] sea and doing some competitive yachting – sounds fancy and energetic, right?! Anyhoo, I wanted to make something home crafted for her and thought that this would be the perfect opportunity to crack out the embroidery machine.
During the spare time that I have had over the Christmas period I have been having a little tinker with the Hatch Embroidery Digitizing software to see if I can up my skills before the new decade arrives and found some cool little features! Fancy a look?
In this video I would like to share with you how I recoloured a machine embroidery design from Urban Threads in Hatch Embroidery 2 software and then stitch it out on a Brother Innov-is 750PE embroidery machine.