Archive: Sep 2013
Posted September 25, 2013, 8:23 pm
We are delighted to launch the September 2013 issue of Embroidery Made Easy, a monthly newsletter designed to showcase tips, hints and projects for your SINGER® FUTURA™ sewing & embroidery machine.
Embroidering is fun, but creating your own designs provides an even more exciting way to unleash your creativity!
Fall is here and the kids have gone back to school, so it’s a perfect time to get creative with your SINGER® FUTURA™ sewing & embroidery machine! You can really express yourself by digitizing your own designs. Perhaps you’d like to stitch out some of your children’s favorite artwork and put them on a keepsake quilt? Or a create a logo? Whatever your vision, your SINGER® FUTURA™ sewing & embroidery machine can help you make it come to life.
In this issue of Embroidery Made Easy, we will introduce you to the AUTOPUNCH™ digitizing software. You’ll learn the basics of using the AUTOPUNCH™ Wizard and then practice what you’ve learned in this month’s project – a cute embroidered dish towel for your kitchen. In addition, we will explain the “Color Block List” feature that’s inside your software. Hope you’re excited – let’s get started!
Posted September 12, 2013, 2:46 pm
As the leading advocacy for female consumers, WomenCertified® is delighted to honor the SINGER® brand with the 2013 Women’s Choice Award for America’s Best for Home in the Sewing Machine category. This award designation is based on a national survey among 5,000 plus women who were asked to select the brands they would most highly recommend to others.
Posted September 10, 2013, 9:14 pm
We are very proud to support young fashion designer, Cecilia Cassini. Check out this recent article about her 2014 Collection at New York City’s Fashion Week. She is an inspiration to young girls everywhere that you CAN accomplish your dreams with dedication and hard work.
Cecilia says it best “I know I can follow my dreams … And if I can, you can too.”
Cecilia creates her collections using a variety of SINGER sewing machines and sergers.