“Sew and Heat” is used as a topper and a stabilizer on fabrics you can not wash. Of course it can be washed but the beauty of Sew and Heat is that you can remove small remaining topper with the heat of your iron. Watch as Debra Jones demonstrates how to use Sew and Heat.
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Enroll early as space is limited. I hope you will join me as we explore the use of the embroidery machine. This seminar is designed to benefit the brand new user as well as those who want to brush up on their skills. Class is limited so enroll early. Call 410-677-3461 to enroll at Hancock. Our Seminar is in Salisbury, MD.
The Singer Futura Embroidery seminar will be held 10-5pm and 10 – 4pm. Singer has introduced quite a few Futura models and I will cover how to use them all including the The Futura Quintet, XL580, XL420, the XL400, 4-1, XL550, Futura Quartet or the SESQ6000 SEQS 6700 and more. The software for all the machines is basically the same.
You will cover how all the basic embroidery functions like loading a design, centering, printing a the template for positioning, changing colors, use the design browser, copy and paste designs, use the embroidery anthology, change the screen color, load the hoops, use the grid, use the lettering engine, learn the draw package and more. I will also cover all the options. Learn to use the Auto Punch, Hyper Font and Photo Stitch. Once you create a design we will edit it using editing option. Add texture to your design. If you own the options you can create along with me. If you do not, watch the demos. If you are interested in purchasing the options like Auto Punch, Photo Stitch, Cross Stitch, Hyper Font and Editing, order about 2 weeks before the class to make sure you get the option and have it loaded on your computer to use in class.
The Futura’s must be in working order and all software must be loaded in a laptop and ready to use. All software must be applied before class. All students must be knowledgeable on basic computer use and bring a mouse.
I hope to see you in Salisbury, MD ! Class is $150.00. Once you enroll, email firstname.lastname@example.org for class outline and what to bring. I will need your name, address, phone number including cell phone, make and model of Futura and options owned.
To enroll in the seminar Call Hancock at 410-677-3461.
**Please read the following disclaimer-Jenny’s Sewing Studio offers several seminars and classes. In order for you to get the most of out of any seminar or class you sign up for you must have a machine and a laptop computer,that is fully functioning. Class is not a place to have a machine fixed or evaluated. There is no mechanic available for service in the classroom. Address all service issue on both the sewing machine and computer before you attend.**
FAQ page about the Singer Futura by Jenny’s Sewing Studio is here! I have gathered my best observations and sage wisdom on the Singer Futura embroidery machine and placed it here for you to refer to. I will update the page from time to time as I learn a new technique…yes I am always learning! I hope it helps you have a successful sewing and embroidery experience with the machine. I have enjoyed hours of fun and achieved many embroidery projects and my best advise when having a problem is to stop, look and listen to the machine. It will tell you what is wrong if you are there to listen.
Problems with embroidery usually involve threading the machine. You will hear this over and over again. You may think you already threaded your machine correctly but there is a test you can try to see if you have. Lower your presser foot and pull on the top thread. Raise the presser foot and pull on the top thread. If there is not a definite difference, rethread!!! Until you become familiar with your Futura threading procedure, the thread issue will pop up. It is not the machine’s fault. Learn to use the Futura by carefully reading the manual and watching the provided videos. Singer has made it easy for you to learn. If you need my help, come to a Futura seminar I hold in Salisbury, MD. You can also view the Singer threading video. (more…)
See the brand new video from Hoop it all on how to use the medium hoop and the hat hoop. Remember HIA is now 15% off at Jenny’s Sewing Studio. Here is the link to the Hoop it all section at Jenny’s Sewing Studio.
Moisture-management fabrics are lightweight knits that are designed to wick moisture away from the body – and to challenge embroiderers. A kit has been designed and contains 50 pieces of each of two types of stabilizers used successfully by many embroiderers to prevent puckering, drifting outlines and other challenges associated with this fabric type.
– 50 Pieces of No Show Mesh
– 50 pieces of Medium Firm Tearaway
– 50 pieces of Poly Pro Performance
– Kit includes 20 70/10 Titanium extra slim ballpoint needles (This kit is designed for commercial embroiderers as the needles included do not have the flat back and cannot be used on the home machines)
See how the poly pro stabilizer works.
You can purchase the Poly pro kit at Jenny’s Sewing Studio today.
Save on Hoop it all now. For a limited time Jenny’s Sewing Studio is offering all our Hoop it all at a 15% discount. We have hoops for Baby Lock, Bernina, Brother, Elna, Husqvama, White, Singer, and Janome. We have hoops for hats, borders, belts, straps, quilt blocks, jacket backs and more. See our Medium hat hoop, the Large hoop, the Giant hoop, the Giant double wide, the Square hoop, the Square Overlap, and the biggest hoop..the Mammoth overlap.
To code in the discount use code JENHIA when you checkout of our shopping cart. Here is the link to our Hoop it all product line. Each Hoop-it-All is very easy to setup and use, even for first time users! We offer a wide variety of hoops but they all have some things in common. Each hoop comes with a mounting bracket, single flat frame, instructions and some of our amazing FaBric Stick and Tear stabilizer ( formerly Stick it All).
Extend the use of your embroidery machine. Hoop it all does not make your machines hooping area larger but does allow you to hoop a much larger area then your regular embroidery hoop will allow. Using (Stick IT All) FaBric Stick and Tear stabilizer it is so easy to stick your design area precisely where you need your embroidery to be. Use the hoop slider to position the hoop in multiple embroidery design center locations without rehooping. Watch my video to see how to use the hoop it all, I used the Singer Futura but most hoops work the same . Also see how to embroidery hats!
Try a hoop it all today and make your embroidery machine work for you. .
I am always on the outlook for new and useful products. Here are a few new products I have added to the web site cart.
Blue Fig has introduced a new designer series of sewing machine luggage. Check out these lovely color combinations in contemporary Purple, Yellow and Grey. The combo includes a trolley, a project bag and a notions bag.
I have also added a new sewing light. This flexible light is great for close up sewing with dark fabrics and ripping. I hope you do not have to rip, but I know I do. Place a spotlight on your sewing.
Embroidery Compass makes placement and stabilizing easy. This unique tool will help all embroiderers choose the correct stabilizer, topping, needle and technique for any project. Just dial the pointer to the type of fabric to be embroidered and the chart give you suggestions for each step of the embroidery process. Click here for a quick video on how the compass works.
Embroiderer’s Helper is a tool used to position embroidery on multiple sizes of shirts so the embroidery is accurately placed at the front breast area. Especially helpful for Tee shirts and sweatshirts. Embroiderer’s Lil Helper is a tool used to position embroidery on multiple sizes of shirts so the embroidery is accurately placed above the pocket area. Watch the video to see how these to placement tools work.
As of December 1st 2014 Creative Feet and Hoop it all came together to form a much bigger and better company. Hopes are that now you will see additional hat hoops for those machines that have been in need. Also you can now take advantage of the wonderful creative feet now available at Jenny’s Sewing Studio. Save an additional 5% off our web site prices using JENHIA at checkout for either Hoop it all or Creative Feet for a limited time.
Hoop it all hoops give you the flexibility to embroider hats and have the ability to slide from hooping position to hooping position with ease. Attaching a hoop it all hoop is easy when you use the hooping bracket that Hoop it all provides. Hoop it all does not expand the embroidery field of your machine but gives you the ability to combine embroideries and go from embroidery to embroidery without rehooping, depending on the type of hoop it all you buy. Expand your machines abilities with the hoop it all hoop.
Hoop it All has a hoop for almost every machine and every embroidery need. Embroider borders, quilt blocks and hats with your embroidery sewing machine. “Hoop it all” is available for Singer, Baby lock, Janome, Baby Lock, Brother, Viking and other machines.
Creative feet, Pearls and Piping foot, Creative Feet Satinedge foot, Creative Feet Sequins ‘N Ribbon foot. Generic feet and sewing machine accessories from Creative Feet add a wonderful addition to your sewing machine’s ability to perform sewing projects.