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Editing Essentials: Splitting & Aligning Designs
Editing Essentials: Splitting & Aligning Designs
Penny Muncaster-Jewell
Create embroidery that’s bigger than your hoop! Learn how to properly split designs so you can stitch big, flawless embroidery with your machine.
Curiously Similar
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Discover innovative techniques that expand your machine embroidery area and demystify alignment and multi-hoop projects!
Lisa  Shaw
Lisa Shaw
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Learn simple software techniques to modify designs you already own! Discover how to work smarter, not harder, to create personalized embroidery projects.
Penny Muncaster-Jewell
Penny Muncaster-Jewell
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Enhance your library of embroidery designs with simple alterations that lead to perfect stitches!
Marilyn York Reames
Marilyn York Reames

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Editing Essentials: Splitting & Aligning Designs