Embird Tutorial: From Outline to Redwork
Embird Tutorial:This class is a follow up for class 37
It is vital to have class 35 and 36 with this class, as these 3 classes is a vital foundation
for any one who wants to digitize and needs to know the basics.
Using the “TREE” option makes you just want to play along with outlines in any
form or shape and then challenge yourself to see how the jump stitches vanish in the air.
Outlines: no jumps? no fuzz? Oh my goodness, this Is so much fun…..
In this Embird Tutorial you will learn so much, like….
Where you start and end does not really matter if you plan to use the Tree option.
After you used the TREE and wants to change something it is also so fast, simple
and easy to just go back on your steps and recreate, re-tree and voila!
Planning is still the key number one before you do any technique or step:
KNOW YOUR ROUTE
Embird Tutorial Redwork vs Outline
Parameters is one of the options we use to change our stitches,
and in this Embird Tutorial we work with outline options:
Stitch Outline types :
as you go with this Embird tutorial,
just see the difference that different stitch types and settings like
stitch width, density, stitch length creates.
It can change the look of your design
Traditional Redwork or your own stitches:
Try them all, what works for redwork, work just as well for outlines, give it ago.
With this Embird Tutorial it is a piece of cake……. non fattening too……
Normally we spend so much time in getting our outlines perfect so our bonus is to
take the outline, and follow my easy steps to do a redwork design as well….
how much easier can it go from here…..
In both outline and Redwork your thread plays a major roll in the end result.
There are so many beautifull threads out there, and the fun we can have with them,
not to forget: our different needle types: Yes this info will let you think
totally out of the box for unique end results to finish this Embird Tutorial.
Final object sorting:
Now to plan our objects again after the outlines was done
is another valuble lesson. What works, what don’t – how
to fix those that does not work.
Do your similator test and then the final stitch out test before you
file this as your final flawless design.
In this image of the Embird Tutorial you will be able to see some of the steps, and the results those steps have.
Enjoy your Embird Tutorial.
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