Tag Archives: In The Hoop

Canning Season is Here!

Canning doesn't have to be boring. Spruce up your jars quickly & easily!

Get Creative with Designs by Hope Yoder

Create some personalized tags and charms that are sure to make them smile!

Who Doesn’t Like a Deal?

I love deals and I love them even more when they are free.  What’s the saying?  “If it’s free, it’s for me”.  It’s a great motto to live by in these tight times.  If you are looking for bargain designs

In-The-Hoop Christmas Ornaments Free Embroidery Project Courtesy of Amazing Designs

If you are on the look out for some great Christmas project ideas, may we suggest Amazing Designs’ new In-The-Hoop Christmas Ornaments?  The designs are fantastic and will really make a Christmas tree unique and personalized!  Or make some of

Tiffanie’s Take: Learning How To Applique

My very first applique attempt was just two months ago and on a regular sewing machine! Now, I can not sew a straight line to save my life with out my magnetic seam guide. My friend, Kelly, found this truly funny

VIDEO: Eileen Roche Demonstrates The Angle Finder & Target Stickers From “In The Hoop Toolkit”

In our tireless quest of scouring the internet to bring you the best in embroidery videos (did that sound official or what?) we stumbled upon Eileen Roche showing how to use the angle finder from the In The Hoop Toolkit. 

In The Hoop Revisited, Eileen Roche’s Guide For Perfect Embroidery. Free Embroidery Stuff Post.

Back in January, we first showed you this video with Designs in Machine Embroidery Editor Eileen Roche highlighting her In The Hoop Embroidery Tool Kit.  We’ve had quite a few people watch it and even fielded a number of questions

VIDEO: In the Hoop Tool Kit

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqsMEx5IuTk[/youtube] Eileen Roche demonstrates her innovative hooping system helping you keep your embroidery straight and professional-looking.  The In The Hoop kit consists of a 40-page spiral bound, full-color book filled with embroidery tips, techniques and recommendations for successful embroidery. It