Seriously, I need to find more people to model my stuff. Anyone? Anyone?
Instead of a tutorial, I decided to share with you the user manual for the new software I got. It seems to be a pretty good program for designing embroidery patterns. But it is written in what appears to be the Babelfish dialect of the English language.
Starting Stitch Era When you start Stitch Era from the desktop shortcut icon or from the programs list of the start menu you can see the software splash screen. If it is the first time you run the application, it will appear the welcome screen as shown in the picture of the right, showing at the button the legal notes. Take a couple of minutes to read it, and if you agreed with the terms and conditions of the license, then click 'Yes' to complete the Stitch ERA load.
My embroidery machine is pretty simple, but the free software I downloaded to make digital embroidery designs is pretty complicated. And the company who made it is in Argentina. So the manual is pretty fun to try to read. But I managed to figure a few things out and so here’s my first embroidery project on this machine!
My new embroidery machine looks a little more complicated than I thought.
(actually written on 7/20/11 as I was on vacation, woot!)