Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery: Preview 11: Freestanding Lace

Have you gotten a chance to view the previews of our new machine embroidery series? This 26 episode 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.

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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 12 is all about freestanding lace. Learn what it is, how to embroider, project samples as inspiration and more! All this and more in the full 26 series video.

Watch a quick preview of Episode 11 of Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery above.

You can purchase this as a subscription to QNNtv.com or purchase the entire series (26 episodes) here for 24.99

 Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery: Preview 11: Freestanding Lace

About Jill

I write for the Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery blogs. I love sewing, vintage and would love to get a comment from you!
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9 Responses to Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery: Preview 11: Freestanding Lace

  1. Bonny M. says:

    Now that I’m retired I can get back to sewing. I’m interested in learning all about knits and making T-Shirts. Would love to have a serger that also includes a cover stitch, but on a fixed income now, it will have to wait – unless I’m lucky enough to have one gifted to me.
    Enjoy Sew News a lot, thin but pack full of interesting and helpful information

  2. Warren says:

    Well I definitely enjoyed reading it. This tip offered by you is very useful for good planning.

  3. Joanne Ososkie says:

    I wish for a sewing cabinet with LOTS of storage and the elves to come and magically arrange everything!

  4. Judy Maggio says:

    Too Many Presents

    I would love some cotton thread under the tree. I can use any color in my appliqué, so they wouldn’t go wrong with that.

  5. Gloria Cotten says:

    I’m not sure if this is the right place to comment on your email giveaway Seamstress’s Holiday Gift Pack. My family never gave sewing related gifts until daughters in law took over. Now I get gift cards for every holiday. They are simply the best! My husband is generous but would rather take me shopping and let me pick out what I want at the fabric store. Thanks for the giveaway!

  6. Dimitrea says:

    My sewing wish list includes at the top: Craftsy classes. Second on that list is Fabric, Fabric, and more Fabric!!!!!!!!! And a Sew News renewal :-)

  7. Cathryn H. says:

    You mention your family not putting anything sewing related under your tree at Christmas time. My family gets me gift cards to the local quilt shops and loves that they don’t have to think of a gift on their own.

  8. Connie German says:

    Learning my embroidery on my machine so I hope Santa brings me a thread set for embroidery.
    Thank you.

  9. Carl GramzaI says:

    I guess I am lucky. Last year I got gift card to a fabric store under the tree. My most cherished gift was from my mother-a ham, sleeve roll, and velvet board. Although those gifts were given to me over 30 years ago and my mother has since passed away, I think of her when I use them. The happy thoughts of when I was younger flood back; and knowing my mother knew my passion for sewing warms my heart till today.