OML LIVE! Saturday Digitizing with Sue

Did you know that OML Embroidery is now LIVE?

Yep, we broadcast live embroidery digitizing with Hatch Embroidery Software on Saturdays at 7:00 PM EST!

Here are a few common questions:

HOW DO I SEE THIS BROADCAST?

That’s easy!  The live broadcast is through YOUTUBE!  All you have to do is go on Youtube and you will see the live feed by OMLpatches!  Subscribe to our channel and it will be even easier to find!

The Wilcom Hatch Tips and Tricks group on facebook will get a link to the live feed to make finding us even easier.

HOW DO I ASK QUESTIONS?

You can ask questions through the live chat feed!  Don will be on the other end answering questions and saying HI!!

HOW MANY QUESTIONS CAN I ASK?

You can ask as many questions as you want, as long as there is enough time!  We don’t guarantee that we will answer every single question, but we will do our best!

WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?

That’s ok if you don’t have any questions, you can join us and watch along while I digitize a simple design – last week we did a fairly complicated Viking ship and added some of our own details (Ragnar not included)

WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE HATCH?

You can still join the conversation and ask embroidery questions – I will be working in Hatch but they don’t have to be Hatch questions.  Even if you pick up a tip or two about embroidery or digitizing in general, it all adds up in the end.  IF YOU WANT TO TRY USING HATCH – you can pick up a 30 day fully functional and completely FREE trial of Hatch from Wilcom’s website.

I hope everyone can join us for some fun digitizing and answering your questions!  Join the fun!

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