This video is part 2 of the Embird Digitizing tutorial for the stained glass patchwork square. In this video you will learn how to create the stained glass pattern. It is worth your while to watch part 1 to see just what this pattern will look like when you stitch it out.
In this video we show you how to stitch out a stained glass patchwork design that you can use for any number of projects. You will need a variety of scraps from your stash, your stabiliser of choice and some black cotton.
In part 2 we will show you how to digitize the design using Embird Studio.
Mylar is a polyester film that will add pizzaz to your embroidery and quilting projects. Its easy to use and the end result adds a sparkle and shine that will uplift your projects.
You may also know Mylar as foil craft paper such as is used in those foil helium balloons.
It comes in a variety of colours so you can mix and match it to suit what you working on. Use contrasting cotton or really add some depth by using a similar thread to the Mylar that you are using.
My talented embroidery loving daughter in law Stacy introduced me to Mylar and I just knew I had to share it with all of you.
In this video we show you how to digitise hexagon shapes to make a coaster. Although you are not limited as to how you use this shape. We have been tossing around ideas on using them to make a bag, a table runner, a cushion cover. Their use is pretty much unlimited in your quilting and sewing crafts.
In our previous Embird Studio Tutorial: In-the-Hoop Polygon Coaster – Part 1 – we showed you how to sew it out.
You can download the image for this tutorial here: DOWNLOAD
This is part 1 of our polygon coaster Embird tutorial. In this video we show you examples of some polygon coasters we made using Embird Studio. We also show you how they stitch out as it will make more sense when you’ve seen how it’s done before you get into digitizing it all in Embird.
In the next tutorial we show you how to digitize the image – Click here for Part 2