Embird Beginner Class on Sunday, October 4, 2015.

This is going to be an awesome class!  Woot!

In the first class, we talked all about Embird Manager, and everything you can do in Embird Manager- and there are probably more things to do than you think!  Its a great way to manage your files.  If you missed that class, you can still get the video  HERE, so you don’t have to miss anything.

The second class in this series was all about Embird Editor.  Despite a few technical errors with my mouse not showing up (panic!!)  it was a great class and everything was covered in it.  I heard from a few seasoned Embird users that they learned a few new things – it just goes to show you that you should never be afraid to learn new things!   Even Don learned a few new things – he was really happy with that 🙂  If you missed this class, you can get a copy of the video of the class HERE.

So the next class is on Sunday, and we are going to go through Studio with a fine tooth comb, so to speak.  We are going to go over everything that you need to know to be comfortable working in studio.  It will also be a great class- you should be able to learn quite a few new things, or how to do things, and how to use all of the tools.  We may or may not get into different stitches, but it should be informative, nonetheless!

Once we get through Studio – we may do it in two classes, we are then going to move on to some digitizing.  I will probably do two classes and do some awesome Halloween designs!  For these classes, I will be able to give you the designs to work with, as “homework” and see what you guys can come up with – and I always encourage out of the box thinking, so hopefully you can come up with some cool ideas!

New video today ” Dachshund Embroidery appliqué – how to use appliqué with a cutter” so we will be spending some time in Studio and then the rest of the time in the brother cutter site.  The design looks awesome, too.

So HAPPY DIGITIZING everyone, and I hope to see you in class on Sunday!

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