EQ with Me: Learning EQStitch
Item #: B-STITCH
Author: Yvonne Menear EQ with Me: Learning EQStitch is the perfect companion book for EQStitch. Yvonne’s straight-forward style makes learning the tools of the Stitching worktable in EQStitch clear and accurate. Discover how to export files for your sewing machine in minutes!
Learn EQStitch from a Pro!
Yvonne Menear has taught quilting and embroidery since the 1980’s and has been testing and learning EQStitch from its beginning stages of development. Having years of experience with digitizing, she understands how to help beginning embroiderers overcome the hazards of those first attempts at creating custom embroidery designs. You’ll learn from Yvonne’s personal tips on stabilizers, adhesive sprays, thread, needles, sewing machine tension and many other topics applicable for the beginning embroiderer.
Getting to Know the Stitch Worktable and Tools. Familiarize yourself with the Stitching worktable, the drawing board and hoop setup options, and learn the basics about the different stitch types and underlay options.
Creating Designs in EQStitch. Start designing! Use designs from the library, or draw your own! Combine embroidery and machine applique into one design. Learn easy tips for creating quilting designs and check out the text tool. You’ll be monogramming in minutes.
Producing, Managing and Saving Your Work. See your stitching designs on your quilt, then learn about printing options for your digitized files. Also, find out how EQStitch “talks” to your embroidery machine.
Influencing Factors at the Embroidery Machine. New to embroidery? Yvonne dives into all the tips and tricks for stitching out designs. Learn about stabilizers, needles, machine maintenance, threads, tension, puckering, fabric selection and more! This chapter truly has a value of its own.
Size 8½” x 11″
Softcover, spiral binding, black & white content
About the Author
Yvonne Menear is an experienced quilter, embroiderer, teacher and author. She is also the most valuable resource for questions regarding EQStitch. Follow Yvonne on her website or check out her EQStitch Yahoo Group dedicated to the discussions and questions about the program.