Summer Machine Embroidery at its Best

Six Summer Favorites with Tutorials and FREE Designs

Summer is colorful and fun and so are these articles we collated for you. They provide a good mix of tutorials on digitizing techniques and come with tutorials and downloadable free designs. There is something for everyone, so be sure to check them all out!

Summer Tote Bag - Tutorial & FREE Flip-Flop Appliqué Design

Guest blogger Caroline Critchfield shows you how to make this gorgeous summer tote and digitize the flip-flop applique embroidery design here.

3D Digitizing for Puffy Foam - Tutorial & FREE Design

Embroidering on puffy foam is so much fun and digitizing for it is easier than you think. Read the article and learn how it is done here.

How to Embroider on Hessian / Burlap - Fun Folk Bird Bunting Project

Decorate your garden with a cute bunting. You will find tips on how to successfully embroider on burlap that is so popular these days, and also how to get access to these cute folk bird designs here.

Easy Color Blending - Downloadable Tutorial and FREE Design

Learn how to use the Create Color Blend tool to mix up something really spectacular and refreshing this summer. Find the tutorial and access to the the free design here.

Creating Stunning Shading Effects - Video Tutorials & FREE Design

Dive into creating beautiful shading effects with Hatch Embroidery Digitizer. Watch the tutorial videos and access the free seahorse design here.

Digitizing Carlo the Chamelon - Step-by-Step Tutorial and FREE Design

Find out all about the different fills, run stitches and effects that were used to create this striking guy. Read the step-by-step digitizing tutorial and access the free design here.


Happy Embroidery!
Bernadett & the Hatch Team

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