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0 How to Embroider an Applique Design by Sew With Lisa BDemonstration – "How to Machine Embroider an Applique design" by Children's Embroidery Designer Lisa B. from SewWithLisaB.com Applique embroidery uses a combination of fabric and fill embroidery. You will need an embroidery machine, the fabric you wish to applique upon secured in a hoop, the threads, a pair of scissors and the fabric for the applique design. Download the digitized applique design to the embroidery machine and attach the hoop. Stitch the outline of the design. Place the fabric over the applique design outline and stitch the tack down stitch. Next, remove the hoop from the embroidery machine and trim off my excess fabric. I recommend using a pair of curved scissors to allow you to trim close to the thread without cutting it. Remember, never remove the fabric from the hoop until you are done, as this will affect the alignment of the applique design. Next, stitch final tack down stitch. Finish the design by stitching the fill embroidery portion. Change fill colors and stitch out the eye of the pig. When the sewing of the design is complete, remove the fabric from the hoop and trim the excess threads. The applique design is complete. For more visit SewWithLisaB.com

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Anyone knows about a FREE program to convert JPG, PNG, TIFF, etc., files to PES.
I have heard about Buzz2Stitches and Embird, but I just need to convert 2 JPG's/PNG's to PES format in order to have a friend of mine to do the embroidery for me. I'll never use that kind of software again.

Remember, keyword here, FREE! ­čśÇ Thanks.
I already know that I have to convert the file (digitalize) it; that it isn't as easy as converting a JPG to a GIF or PNG. I know that I need special software for that. And that is the reason why I'm looking for a FREE app or way to digitalize the picture, because I'm not going to pay $300+ for a piece of software that I will only use once in a life.

There is really not any such thing as "conversion" of image files to embroidery, just digitizing them.

You (or someone) definitely need a digitizing program to digitize the jpg (or whatever file type) image to a file that can be stitched out. These programs are many and varied and not only cost money, but take a lot of time to learn how to use well (as opposed to take 5 minutes to use badly).

I understand where you are coming from not wanting to buy (not to mention anything about learning how to use) this sort of software for a single use. However, the other option is to pay someone to do it for you – someone who already knows how to use the software, and who will do it for you (but unless you know someone really nice with these skills, you would have to be prepared to pay for this service). I would think this would be a far cheaper option than buying software and then taking years to learn how to use it, just to digitize 2 pictures.

I would suggest try googling for someone who offers to digitize images for a fee. Some professional embroidery shops also offer this service (may not be inexpensive to do one or 2 images due to the time it takes to digitize images well). Keep in mind that they are not converting but digitizing, and while some programs can produce a digitized version quite quickly, the quality of the stitchout often reflects the effort and time it took to digitize it.

Good luck,
Marcia in the beautiful Gold Coast, Australia

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0 Janome Memory Craft 9500 Embroidery, Sewing & Quilting MachineThe Memory Craft 9500 brings together all your favorite sewing and embroidery features in one hard-working sewing machine, combining the power and precision of a superior stitch mechanism with the sophistication of computerized Touch Screen control. It comes with 90 built-in embroidery designs.

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0 How to Machine Embroider a Digitized Embroidery design by Sew With Lisa BDemonstration – "How to Machine Embroider a Digitized Embroidery design" by Children's Embroidery Designer Lisa B. from SewWithLisaB.com You will need an embroidery machine, the fabric you wish to embroider upon secured in a hoop, the threads and a pair of scissors. Download the digitized embroidery design to the embroidery machine and attach the hoop. Stitch out the first fill color. Next, the second thread color is for the frogs eyes. The third thread color is for the outline and the spots on the frog. The final thread color is for the frogs eyeballs. When the sewing of the design is complete, remove the fabric from the hoop and trim the excess threads. The embroidery design is complete. For more visit SewWithLisaB.com

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