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0 Husqvarna Viking 4D Professional 1: Packages IncludedEmbroidery software educator Soni Grint shows highlights of the packages contained in 4D Professional. She shows a jacket embellished with Shapes, a table runner created with Encore and lettering font samples including QuickFonts created from computer TrueType fonts, all in 4D Embroidery Extra. Another jacket demonstrates editing features from 4D Stitch Editor, as do morphing samples. A sampler, designs and text were created in 4D Cross Stitcher.

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0 Pfaff creative 4D Suite 1: Packages IncludedEmbroidery software educator Soni Grint shows highlights of the packages contained in creative 4D Suite. She shows a jacket embellished with Shapes, a coaster and table runner created with Encore and lettering font samples including QuickFonts created from TrueType computer fonts, all in creative 4D Embroidery Extra. A skirt and jacket demonstrate editing and morphing features from creative 4D Stitch Editor. Printer fabric and iron-on transfers are enhanced with free motion embroidery created in creative 4D Sketch. A sampler, designs and text were created in creative 4D Cross Stitcher.

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0 Husqvarna Viking 4D Professional 2: Additional ModulesEmbroidery software educator Soni Grint shows further highlights of the packages contained in 4D Professional. Printer fabric and iron-on transfers are enhanced with free motion embroidery created in 4D Sketch. 4D Design Aligner splits larger designs for any hoop. There are highlights of the four exclusive modules contained in 4D Professional. Make every design unique with 4D Design Creator using special fill effects such as contour and motif fill. Transform photos using monochrome and 4-color techniques in 4D PictureStitch. Embellish fabric with machine or personal motifs with 4D Fabric Decorator. Create your own fonts using 4D Font Digitizing. Finally, use 4D Organizer to catalog your designs or 4D Vision to preview designs before embroidery (available in other packages)

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You can create some memorable and low-cost gifts for this holiday. Your family and friends will be so happy you did!

The most appreciated gift I made was an appliquéd picture of my sister’s two story English cottage. They had gone through some financial difficulties in which the loss of their home had been a possibility. I had not framed my gift and when she opened and unfolded it, she was so touched that she cried. She framed it and put it over their fireplace.

For this project I purchased only fusible webbing. I had everything else on hand. My design was very simple. I used an old photograph and did a simple sketch from that onto tracing paper. I traced each separate section on another sheet of paper, then I cut them out.

Place the pattern pieces and the fabric both right side up. Choose a heavier fabric such as corduroy for your background. Iron the individual sections to the background material using the fusible webbing. Machine or hand appliqué around most of the individual pieces with coordinating thread. Where they overlap another piece, you need only stitch around the top piece. You could add your own touches, such as your appliquéd signature or perhaps some hand embroidery.

My finished product was about a foot and a half by two feet, but you can make ours any size you desire. Choose a geometric or floral design. Find pattern books in a crafts store. You could even use a design from your child’s coloring book!

Other Gifts

One year, while my older girls read aloud for homeschool, I crocheted afghans. I chose colors that coordinated with the recipient’s home. Crocheting is easy. You can learn from how-to or pattern books from your library. The cost for yarn is reasonable too, and nothing can compare to the love of a hand-made gift! I also enjoyed this time of creating. It was relaxing and yet we were being efficient in doing two things at once.

I made cookies and candy every year when the children were home. One year we took the whole month of December off from school and baked nearly every day. As soon as they were finished and cooled, they went into the freezer. Then, about two days before Christmas they were thawed in their covered containers. The ones we wanted to frost and decorate were placed on the counter to dry. We gave away many plates to family and friends that year… at least thirty!

You could create Christmas baskets with your own home-canned or purchased jellies. Include hand-written recipes, home-made breads and anything else you would like to include, perhaps a bread knife or butter knife. You can make up home-made mixes, such as for muffins, and include the recipe. Perhaps you would like to include a bag of coffee.

Use your creativity! Nothing, to me, is as much fun as being creative. And believe me, the recipients will love your home-made gifts!

Lorraine Curry

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