Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery Episode 1 Preview

Hello everyone. We are excited about the latest launch of a new machine embroidery series. This series teaches and inspires both new and experienced machine embroiderers to get the most out of their machine investment and create beautiful embroidered projects. Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery will guide you through a variety of topics including:

  • different types of embroidery designs
  • stabilizers and threads that are available
  • how to embroider on ready-made-projects
  • embroidering on difficult fabrics
  • the basics of embroidery software, and so much more.

ABME 450x3001 Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery Episode 1 Preview Your fearless host is Sara Gallegos. She is a nationally recognized sewing and quilting educator and served as host of Behind the Seams and My First Quilt. She’s been a guest on America Quilts Creatively, Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting, Quilty and several online shows. She has been a regular a contributor and columnist to Sew News, Creative Machine Embroidery, and Quilters Newsletter magazines. Check out the episode notes below for the first series. And stay tuned for all new episodes which will air on QNNtv.com.

This series is great for those that sew garments, quilts and/or crafts. As long as you have an embroidery machine and you want to learn all there is to it, you’re all set! Just sit back and find out how fun machine embroidery can be. Episode 1 is about embroidery machines, the different types, stand alone, single needle, multi needle. Home vs. Industrial and special features of machines, price points and more. Watch a quick preview of Episode 1 of Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery: You can purchase this as a single video with a subscription to QNNtv.com or purchase the entire series (26 episodes) here for 24.99.


 Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery Episode 1 Preview

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