Hi all….I am back home after a visit to the great state of Texas! I had a great time with family, and even did a little “rotary cutting 101 training” . We did a little “re-engineering” of some fabric, and made 12 dinner napkins out of a thrift store table cloth.
It’s been a busy week since I returned. On Tuesday, my “new bee”, the Queen Bees gathered for a few hours of sewing and info sharing. We have a future project that I did a little “test stitching” on today.
This little Bear face came from Embroidery Library.com, design # M3994. The “plan” for the future bee project will be bear faces on flannel (without the muzzle), and I needed to see how it went hooping, placement etc. I think I will assemble this bear for a new grandbaby of a church member!
Several of the ladies in the Queen Bees have Brother embroidery machines. Today, I learned that there is a need for learning how to move files between the computer and the embroidery machine. I wrote a tutorial, with photos, to help guide in moving downloaded embroidery file designs from the computer to the embroidery machine. If this is of interest to you, then “read on”. Just as a heads up; this guide is specific to Brother embroidery machines.
I’ve put together a little guide and it is available on my google drive! Let me know if this link works for you and you find the info helpful.