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Al Navas
My business is Embroidery Software Training; I also I publish about EQ7 for quilt design and long-arm quilting.
My business is Embroidery Software Training; I also I publish about EQ7 for quilt design and long-arm quilting.
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There are several reasons to participate in my courses. Please watch this video, and let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!
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REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
BASICS with the Embroidery module starts Tuesday Oct. 23 2018, and
DIGITIZING with the Create Module starts Thursday Oct. 25 2018.
To register, go to my website, at
https://embroiderysoftware.training/courses-here/

For the benefits of taking my courses, read the main page:
https://embroiderysoftware.training/

Thank you!
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New Premier+ 2 courses launch in mid-July 2018! I will hold a YouTube Live event soon, to answer all questions you might have. Stand by.
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Watch for further course announcements in early July, along with dates.
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The Luggage Tag Project-in-the-Hoop, Part 3: Electronic cutters are everywhere, it seems. One member used an electronic cutter to cut the luggage tag, and had to make adjustments. I describe what happened, and how to adjust.
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With thanks to Meg T. for the suggestion to edit the name, rather than deleting it and adding a new one. THIS is what I should have done. However, now you know how to correct this mistake.
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Quick and easy, the Project-In-The-Hoop Wizard was added as a new Wizard in Premier+2. And it was expanded in the most recent update to the program, enhanced with 2 new projects: Keyring, and Luggage Tag projects. I will show in this episode how quickly you can create stitch-ready projects, with built-in Help files!
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At first sight it appears the Word Sculp Wizard does not allow placement or insertion of more than a few words in the hoop. In this episode I show how to continue working, to add many other words, and shape them to conform to pre-selected Outline Shapes.
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