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Skill Level: Intermediate
Krista Southern
Machine Embroidery Techniques I
Machine Embroidery Techniques I
Krista Southern, Instructor

Get two classes in one--Fundamentals of Machine Embroidery plus Machine Embroidery Techniques I. Find out more in the Class Description below.

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In this two-for-one class combo, you'll get two full-length classes -- Fundamentals of Machine Embroidery and Machine Embroidery Techniques I. With these two classes, you'll learn all the basic skills needed to machine embroidery, which materials and stabilizers to use and seven machine embroidery techniques.

Join expert instructor Krista Southern as she explains and demonstrates embroidery techniques on her machine. Stitch by stitch, the embroidery machine works like magic to create beautiful designs you can apply to any fabric on garments, home accents and even your quilts.

In the Fundamentals of Machine Embroidery video class, youll learn:
  • How to employ proper stabilization to create eye-pleasing projects
  • How to select the right sewing needles and thread
  • Embroidery hoop know-how
  • Industry standards for design placement
  • The filled-embroidery technique
And in Machine Embroidery Techniques I, you'll learn:
  • Two machine appliqué techniques
  • How to stitch and trim cutwork and lace designs
  • Stitching redwork embroidery
  • Adding shimmery mylar
  • Creating 3-D Angelina designs
As an extra-special bonus, this two-in-one class combo includes 19 exclusive Hatched in Africa digitized floral designs. Youll love the variety! The Hatched in Africa designs are provided for download in the following formats: ART, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, VP3 and XXX. Contact your machine dealer if you are uncertain about which format to use or if your machine uses an older format that is not listed here.

Annie's online classes include downloadable and printable class patterns in PDF format in addition to the online video content. You can view online classes at your convenience, 24/7, 365 days a year from any mobile device, both tablet and non-tablet (phones, iPod Touch, etc.) but classes are best viewed on tablets or computers.
FREE -- Class Overview
1:27
FREE -- Introduction
3:18
Materials & Tools
2:30
Applique Designs
7:19
Cutwork Designs
2:28
Lace Designs
4:09
Embroidered Redwork
2:30
Mylar Designs
1:29
3-D Angelina
4:10
Class Wrap-Up
1:05
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Class Project Photos

Customer Reviews for Machine Embroidery Techniques I:

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4 out of 5 (Reviewed by 19 customers.)

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November 28, 2016
Betty R
I have really enjoyed this class especially learning the different stabilizers and needles to use. I have an embroidery machine but haven't used it much because of lack of knowledge. I appreciate the opportunity of being able to go back and watch this over and over again. I also appreciate very much the half price sale. I love that. I am really enjoying the opportunity of being able to buy these classes from Annie's. Thank you so much.
April 30, 2016
Sherry P
I don't have an embroidery machine yet but plan to purchase one very soon. This was very helpful to me and I learned a lot. I enjoyed learning about the various stabilizers to use with different fabrics. This video will be a great resource when I start embroidering!
April 14, 2016
Kathy S
It is a very good basic beginner's class. I'm probably not a true beginner so I have some opinions that differ from the instructor. For example, I think she should have told the differences of polyester and rayon thread. There are many embroiderers who prefer polyester thread. I did learn about a stabilizer I had never heard of before so that was helpful. All in all, it was very informative.
April 12, 2016
Barb S
I am a novice at machine embroidery so I will refer to this video many times. Good, informative advice that I hope will keep me from the "trial and error" method. It is a good class and I do appreciate being able to watch again at my convenience. The type of thread, stabilizer and scissors to use was helpful to me.
January 8, 2016
Elizabeth B
It is a good class. I am glad that I can review it any time I want to. If I had not read the FAQ's I would never guessed how to download the digitized projects. I especially like the lace making part of the class.

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