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Production of Lace.

Posted By Lena Kantis On 17 September, 2010 @ 02:18 In Downloads,Embroidery,Embroidery Software,SewFun! Blog | No Comments

I am running two HUSQVARNA VIKING® DESIGNER DIAMOND™ [1] sewing and embroidery machines in my office, like a small embroidery business.

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It is going to be a give away embroidery design at the Norweigan Dealer Meeting (one embroidery for each dealer attending).
A beautiful free standing lace created in the HUSQVARNA VIKING® 5D™ Design Creator
Find the beautiful embroidered lace, with Richlieu bars, CrossHatch Fill, here.

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It is going to be a give away embroidery design at the Norweigan Dealer Meeting (one embroidery for each dealer attending).
A beautiful free standing lace created in the HUSQVARNA VIKING® 5D™ Design Creator
Find the beautiful embroidered lace, with Richlieu bars, CrossHatch Fill, here.
 

Download the 5D lace here >> [4]

If you want to learn how it is created you will find an instruction of a similar design in the new QuickStart Exercises, in the new HUSQVARNA VIKING® 5D™ Design Creator. In the exercise called ‘Fleur de Lys’.

The Nordic dealer meetings are about to take place, first I will travel to Norway, to a city called Drammen. There will be a dealer meeting from Friday until Sunday.
I travel home on Sunday, and on Monday I will travel to Stockholm and work there, at the Swedish dealer meeting.

I did not get to finish any of the two sewing projects; however, I always have a plan B (or even C & D!) in case something goes wrong. It is one of my strengths, to find away around the obstacle in one way or another.

My Plan B this time was to buy a ready made dress, and sew embroideries on it.
I selected an embroidery from a new HUSQVARNA VIKING® Collection that will be launched in October. It is using 60 weight cotton threads (very light weight) for the embroidery.

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The white sample is using shrinking bobbin thread! Really cool!
The other sample on the beige fabric is an endless embroidery, and it is the one I have selected for my dress, and the last picture is showing one embroidery design that has got four corner alignment stitches, so you can create your own fabric. Love, love,love!!!

I embroidered black on black, as I like tone on tone, using water soluble stabiliser.
Truly a delicate and exquisite embroidery collection. It will be available in the stores within a few weeks!
The name of the HUSQVARNA VIKING® Embroidery Collection is # 232 “Delicate Embroideries”.

See you next week, have fun sewing!

Lena

PS If you have any questions of the topic of the week, please send an email to:
lena.kantis@vsmgroup.com [8]

If you want to learn how it is created you will find an instruction of a similar design in the new QuickStart Exercises, in the new HUSQVARNA VIKING® 5D™ Design Creator. In the exercise called ‘Fleur de Lys’.

The Nordic dealer meetings are about to take place, first I will travel to Norway, to a city called Drammen. There will be a dealer meeting from Friday until Sunday.
I travel home on Sunday, and on Monday I will travel to Stockholm and work there, at the Swedish dealer meeting.

I did not get to finish any of the two sewing projects; however, I always have a plan B (or even C & D!) in case something goes wrong. It is one of my strengths, to find away around the obstacle in one way or another.

My Plan B this time was to buy a ready made dress, and sew embroideries on it.
I selected an embroidery from a new HUSQVARNA VIKING® Collection that will be launched in October. It is using 60 weight cotton threads (very light weight) for the embroidery.


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[1] HUSQVARNA VIKING® DESIGNER DIAMOND™: http://blog.husqvarnaviking.comDesigner_Diamond_deLuxe.html

[2] Image: http://blog.husqvarnaviking.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/office.jpg

[3] Image: http://blog.husqvarnaviking.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/5d_emb.jpg

[4] Download the 5D lace here >>: http://blog.husqvarnaviking.commedia/Blog/5D_Lace.zip

[5] Image: http://blog.husqvarnaviking.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/DSCN2663.jpg

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[7] Image: http://blog.husqvarnaviking.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/DSCN2665.jpg

[8] lena.kantis@vsmgroup.com: mailto:lena.kantis@vsmgroup.com

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