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Digitizing Theory

The Embroidery Design School's digitizing Theory instruction is based on the writings of master embroidery designer Thomas L. Moore, Jr. All instruction is non-software specific allowing a vast range of information benefiting all students regardless of the software they have chosen as their tool. Theory instruction is similar to a driver's education course where the emphasis is on the rules of the road and not where to locate the vehicle's buttons.

Each subject offered has been broken down into modules building on one another. The class structure provides a step by step structure leading the student through a well thought out learning path. Classes are approximately one hour in length (unless otherwise specified) per session. The topic is spread over a period of time allowing the student to learn at a relaxed pace compared to a traditional classroom environment.

The number of students permitted per class varies depending on the complexity of the subject. Enrollment is based on a first come first serve basis, so don't delay in submitting your registration. The cost of each class also varies by the complexity of the class subject and whether there is a homework assignment.

Completing each module is highly recommended, but not a requirement. You may pick and choose from the class objectives determining if a particular module would benefit you. Missing a week or two of class will not impact your learning process too much.

Extensive training records are maintained on each student as part of our regular Embroidery Design School training program. Students attending 24 or more classes qualify for a course completion certificate and the option to take an exit exam. A passing grade on the exit exam qualifies the student for course certification.

Take a look below at the topics offered. We're sure you will find one that is of interest to you.

Theory 1.1

$30.00
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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 1.1 is to set the stage for the presentation of digitizing theory techniques developed and documented in the book Digitizing 101. Instruction will focus on the role of today's embroidery digitizer, types of artwork utilized in the creation of a design and ways to modify customer supplied art.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101 - Purchase here
    • Read Profile chapter
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • The role of today's digitizer
  • The definitions of various forms of art
  • The basic art standards for embroidery
  • Demonstration of converting a Bitmap to Vector

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Theory 1.2

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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 1.2 is to demonstrate how to create vector art from scratch and how to modify Vector art to meet embroidery art standards through practical adjustments.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101 - Purchase here
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to apply embroidery art standards
  • How vector art is created
  • How to discuss art modifications with customers

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Theory 1.3

$30.00
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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 1.3 is to discuss what information is required prior to beginning an embroidery design. Complexities of various fabrics will be discussed. The most commonly used stitch types will be defined to include their specific properties and uses.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101 - Purchase here
    • Read Digitizing 101 Fabric chapter
    • Basic chapter Stitch Type section
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • What information to gather prior to beginning a design
  • Different characteristics between commonly used fabrics
  • A thorough understanding of stitch types
  • When to use specific learned stitch types

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Theory 1.4

$30.00
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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 1.4 is to learn about the characteristics of stitch lengths. The physical factors of Push and Pull will be defined and explained.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101 - Purchase here
    • Read Basic chapter Stitch Length section
    • Read Basic chapter Push and Pull section
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • The definition of Stitch Length
  • Characteristics of Short stitches
  • Characteristics of Long stitches
  • The definition of Push and Pull
  • How to compensate for Push and Pull

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Theory 1.5

$30.00
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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 1.5 is to learn about the characteristics of stitch density. The session will also begin the exploration of Underlay.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101 - Purchase here
    • Read Basic chapter Density section
    • Read Underlay chapter The Foundation section
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • The definition of Stitch Density
  • Characteristics of Density
  • How to control Density
  • The three principles of Underlay

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Theory 1.6

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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 1.6 is to learn about manual underlay and auto underlay, the different types of underlay, when to use them and effects to apply.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101 - Purchase here
    • Read Underlay chapter Type section.
    • Read Underlay chapter Effects section.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • The definition of underlay types
  • How to effectively apply underlay
  • How to control Pull and Push through the use of underlay
  • How to control density through the use of underlay

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Theory 1.7

$30.00
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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 1.7 is to learn how to path underlay and what values to apply.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101 - Purchase here
    • Read Underlay chapter Pathing section.
    • Read Underlay chapter Values section.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to path underlay
  • How to apply values to underlay

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Theory 1.8

$30.00
Duration:
One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 1.8 is to learn letter form of block text.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101 - Purchase here
    • Read Lettering chapter Letter form section page 170 - 173.
    • Read Lettering chapter Block section page 179 - 192.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form letters
  • How to apply Block letter diagrams

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Theory 1.9

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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 1.9 is to learn letter form of block text through proper object segmentation.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101 - Purchase here
    • Read Lettering chapter Segmentation section page 174 - 178.
    • Read Lettering chapter Block letters section page 193 - 206.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
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You will Learn:

  • How to form letters
  • How to apply Block letter diagrams
  • How to segment letters

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Theory 2.1

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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 2.1 is to learn letter form of block text with corners. The formation of mitre and overlapping mitre corners will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Basic chapter Corners section Mitre.
    • Read Basic chapter Corners section Over Lapping Mitre.
    • Read Basic chapter Short Stitches section.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form letters
  • How to apply Block letter diagrams
  • How to form mitre and over lapping mitre corners on Block letters
  • How to apply Short stitches

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Theory 2.2

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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 2.2 is to learn letter form of block text with corners. The formation of capped corners will be discussed along with transitional objects.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Basic chapter Corners section - Capped.
    • Read Basic chapter Corners section - Straight.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form letters
  • How to apply Block letter diagrams
  • How to form capped corners on Block letters
  • When to correctly use transitional objects

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Theory 2.3

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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 2.3 is to learn letter form of block text. How to join objects will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Letter chapter Joining objects section - Positioning.
    • Read Letter chapter Joining objects section - Tom Trick.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form letters
  • How to apply Block letter diagrams
  • How to join objects with a butt joint

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Theory 2.4

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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 2.4 is to learn letter form of block text. How to join objects will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Letter chapter Joining objects section - Overlaps.
    • Read Letter chapter Joining objects section - Caps.
    • Read Letter chapter Joining objects section - Tucks.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form letters
  • How to apply Block letter diagrams
  • How to join objects with a cap
  • How to join objects with a tuck

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Theory 2.5

$30.00
Duration:
One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 2.5 is to learn letter form of block text. How to join objects will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Letter chapter Joining objects section - Closest point.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form letters
  • How to apply Closest point connections
  • How to Space letters
  • How to determine cross over points

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Theory 2.6

$30.00
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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 2.6 is to learn letter form of block text. How to join objects will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Letter chapter Joining objects section - Closest point.
    • Read Digitizing 101 pages 89 through 91.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form letters
  • How to apply Lock stitches

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Theory 2.7

$30.00
Duration:
One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 2.7 is to learn letter form of large serif text.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Letter chapter Large Serif Letters section.
    • Read Digitizing 101 pages 92 through 93.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form Large Serif letters from left to right.

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Theory 2.8

$30.00
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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 2.8 is to learn letter form of small serif text. How to join objects will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Letter chapter Large Serif Letters section.
    • Read Digitizing 101 pages 94 through 95.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form Large Serif letters from right to left.

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Theory 2.9

$30.00
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One Hour
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Level
Beginner

Objective
The objective of module 2.9 is review all material discussed up to this point. An emphasis will be placed on how to tie the material covered so far to general shapes and figures.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
  • Read Digitizing 101 pages 95 through 96.
    • Read Letter chapter Small Serif Letters section.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to form Small Serif letters

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Theory 3.1

$25.00
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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 3.1 is to spread our skills into objects and progress into intermediate skill sets. The first class project will be started.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Objects chapter Coming Together section.
    • Read Objects chapter Transitions section - Jumps.
    • Read Digitizing 101 pages 97 through 98.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to create satin stitch objects and transition from one object to the next using a jump stitch.
  • How to path a design will be discussed as it pertains to the class project.

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Theory 3.2

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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 3.2 is to continue working on Transitions. The first class project will be used as a vehicle to apply your knowledge.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Objects chapter Transitions section - Jumps.
    • Read Objects chapter Transitions section - Color change.
    • Read Objects chapter Transitions section - Travels.
    • Read Digitizing 101 pages 99.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to create complex satin stitch objects.
  • How to travel without requiring a Trim.
  • When it's appropriate to insert a Color change.

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Theory 3.3

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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 3.3 is to begin working with fill objects. The first class project will be used as a vehicle to apply your knowledge.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Objects chapter Fill section - Segmentation.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to create complex Fill stitch objects.
  • How to segment complex Fill stitch objects.

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Theory 3.4

$25.00
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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 3.4 is to continue working with fill objects to include placing borders around a fill. The first class project will be used as a vehicle to apply your knowledge.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Objects chapter Fill section - Borders.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to create complex Fill stitch objects.
  • How to place a border around a complex Fill stitch objects.

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Theory 3.5

$25.00
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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 3.5 is to continue working with fill objects to include placing borders around a fill. The first class project will be used as a vehicle to apply your knowledge.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • Read Objects chapter Fill section - Overlapping.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to create a walk stitch border.
  • How to create complex Fill stitch objects.
  • How to create two complex Fill stitch objects that overlap.

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Theory 3.6

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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 3.6 is to conclude the first class project. The text objects will be digitized and final questions may be asked.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
    • There is not a reading assignment this week.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • Review text techniques.
  • Review all techniques covered up to this point.

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Theory 3.7

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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 3.7 is to review working with fill objects. The second class project will be used as a vehicle to apply your knowledge.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to create complex Fill stitch objects.
  • How to segment complex Fill stitch objects.

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Theory 3.8

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 3.8 is to continue working with fill objects to include placing borders around a fill. Creation of satin stitch objects and proper connection between objects will be a focus. Concentration will be placed in creating text objects using Satins stitch tools. The second class project will be used as a vehicle to apply your knowledge.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to create complex Fill stitch objects.
  • How to place a border around a complex Fill stitch objects.
  • How to create satin stitch objects and tie them together.

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Theory 3.9

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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 3.9 is to review the creation of text. The second class project will be used as a vehicle to apply your knowledge.

Prerequisites

  • Digitizing 101
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Completed here.

You will Learn:

  • How to create embroidery text

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Theory 4.1

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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 4.1 is conclude the second class project. Remaining open questions pertaining to the second class project should be presented for discussion. The class will then enter a period of lab assignments which will continue through module 4.9. The first lab assignment will be discussed. Students who do not feel prepared for lab sessions should consider taking the basic course over.

Prerequisites

  • You must have completed enough of the Basic Theory classes to receive a class completion certificate.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
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You will Learn:

  • This is a lab environment intended to reinforce previously taught skills. No new skills will be covered.
  • Emphasis will be placed on increasing working speed and decision making.

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Theory 4.2

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One Hour
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 4.2 is review the first lab assignment. During the lab classes only the current lab assignments will be discussed. Open questions will not be accepted, nor will questions on past lab assignments. The second lab assignment will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • You must have completed enough of the Basic Theory classes to receive a class completion certificate.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
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You will Learn:

  • This is a lab environment intended to reinforce previously taught skills. No new skills will be covered.
  • Emphasis will be placed on increasing working speed and decision making.

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Theory 4.3

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 4.3 is review the second lab assignment. During the lab classes only the current lab assignments will be discussed. Open questions will not be accepted, nor will questions on past lab assignments. The third lab assignment will be discussed. Two sessions will be spent on the third lab assignment.

Prerequisites

  • You must have completed enough of the Basic Theory classes to receive a class completion certificate.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
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You will Learn:

  • This is a lab environment intended to reinforce previously taught skills. No new skills will be covered.
  • Emphasis will be placed on increasing working speed and decision making.

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Theory 4.4

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
On-Line

Scheduled Dates

Not currently scheduled

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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 4.4 is review the third lab assignment. During the lab classes only the current lab assignments will be discussed. Open questions will not be accepted, nor will questions on past lab assignments. One more session will be spent on the third lab assignment.

Prerequisites

  • You must have completed enough of the Basic Theory classes to receive a class completion certificate.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
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You will Learn:

  • This is a lab environment intended to reinforce previously taught skills. No new skills will be covered.
  • Emphasis will be placed on increasing working speed and decision making.

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Theory 4.5

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
On-Line

Scheduled Dates

Not currently scheduled

@ 7:00pm Central Time
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 4.5 is review the third lab assignment. During the lab classes only the current lab assignments will be discussed. Open questions will not be accepted, nor will questions on past lab assignments. The fourth lab assignment will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • You must have completed enough of the Basic Theory classes to receive a class completion certificate.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Downloaded here.

You will Learn:

  • This is a lab environment intended to reinforce previously taught skills. No new skills will be covered.
  • Emphasis will be placed on increasing working speed and decision making.

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Theory 4.6

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
On-Line

Scheduled Dates

Not currently scheduled

@ 7:00pm Central Time
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 4.6 is review the fourth lab assignment. During the lab classes only the current lab assignments will be discussed. Open questions will not be accepted, nor will questions on past lab assignments. The fifth lab assignment will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • You must have completed enough of the Basic Theory classes to receive a class completion certificate.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Downloaded here.

You will Learn:

  • This is a lab environment intended to reinforce previously taught skills. No new skills will be covered.
  • Emphasis will be placed on increasing working speed and decision making.

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Theory 4.7

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
On-Line

Scheduled Dates

Not currently scheduled

@ 7:00pm Central Time
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 4.7 is review the fifth lab assignment. During the lab classes only the current lab assignments will be discussed. Open questions will not be accepted, nor will questions on past lab assignments. The sixth lab assignment will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • You must have completed enough of the Basic Theory classes to receive a class completion certificate.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Downloaded here.

You will Learn:

  • This is a lab environment intended to reinforce previously taught skills. No new skills will be covered.
  • Emphasis will be placed on increasing working speed and decision making.

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Theory 4.8

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
On-Line

Scheduled Dates

Not currently scheduled

@ 7:00pm Central Time
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 4.8 is review the sixth lab assignment. During the lab classes only the current lab assignments will be discussed. Open questions will not be accepted, nor will questions on past lab assignments. The seventh lab assignment will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • You must have completed enough of the Basic Theory classes to receive a class completion certificate.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Downloaded here.

You will Learn:

  • This is a lab environment intended to reinforce previously taught skills. No new skills will be covered.
  • Emphasis will be placed on increasing working speed and decision making.

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Theory 4.9

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
On-Line

Scheduled Dates

Not Currently Scheduled

@ 7:00pm Central Time
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Level
Intermediate

Objective
The objective of module 4.8 is review the seventh lab assignment. During the lab classes only the current lab assignments will be discussed. Open questions will not be accepted, nor will questions on past lab assignments. The eighth lab assignment will be discussed.

Prerequisites

  • You must have completed enough of the Basic Theory classes to receive a class completion certificate.
  • A high speed internet connection
  • Operational computer
  • Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Downloaded here.

You will Learn:

  • This is a lab environment intended to reinforce previously taught skills. No new skills will be covered.
  • Emphasis will be placed on increasing working speed and decision making.

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Theory 5.1

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
On-Line

Scheduled Dates

Not currently scheduled

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Level
Advanced

Objective
The objective of module 5.1 is to lay the foundation for creating basic Appliqué designs. Instruction will focus on the basic parts of an appliqué design, recommended properties for each part and basic object construction.

Prerequisites
A high speed internet connection
Operational computer
Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Downloaded here.

You will Learn:

  • The three basic parts to an appliqué design
  • The basic properties of each basic design part
  • The correct method to sequence an appliqué design
  • How to create box corners for appliqué

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Theory 5.2

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
On-Line

Scheduled Dates

Not currently scheduled

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Level
Advanced

Objective
The objective of module 5.2 is to build on the foundation laid in module 5.1 for creating basic Appliqué designs. Instruction will introduce a second design, offer fabric sourcing solutions and cutter instructions.

Prerequisites
A high speed internet connection
Operational computer
Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Downloaded here.

You will Learn:

  • To create vector art for basic appliqué designs
  • To create embroidery objects for basic appliqué designs
  • Where to locate embroidery ready fabrics
  • How to prepare raw fabrics for use in appliqué designs
  • How to use a fabric cutter for use in appliqué designs

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Theory 5.3

$25.00
Duration:
One Hour
Where:
On-Line

Scheduled Dates

Not currently scheduled

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Level
Advanced

Objective
The objective of module 5.3 is to create an appliqué design using the techniques taught in Module 5.1 & 5.2. Instruction will introduce the third class project.

Prerequisites
A high speed internet connection
Operational computer
Owning embroidery software and machine is not required although it would aid in your learning if you were able to practice the skills taught.

Class assignments
The assignment may be Downloaded here.

You will Learn:

  • To create the three basic parts to an appliqué design.
  • To apply the basic properties of each basic design part.

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