Machine Embroidery, Hand-Stitched Looks
Machine Embroidery, Hand-Stitched Looks
Terry White
Use your sewing machine to add charming designs that look handmade! Terry White teaches you how to duplicate a wide variety of hand-embroidered stitches.
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Go beyond automated embroidery designs. Let Terry White teach you how to free-motion embroider on either a sewing or embroidery machine.
Terry White
Terry White
Create inspired machine embroidery with surprising special effects! Experiment with foam, trapunto, fringe, faux fur, crystals and more.
Deborah Jones
Deborah Jones
Make the most of your sewing machine and turn simple stitches into gorgeous adornments for your quilts!
Lynda Faires
Lynda Faires
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Machine Embroidery, Hand-Stitched Looks