I’m back! I’m determined to get back to blogging. I can hardly believe it’s almost been a year since my last blog post. AHHH! My apologies.
Unfortunately, making videos, designing projects and fabric collections, traveling and homeschooling two young kids gets in the way of writing blog posts. But, here I am. Planning to write short and sweet blog posts that will make it more manageable & sustainable for me to maintain.
So, I’m back with a new machine embroidery video tutorial! [To watch a video update of what all I’ve been up to click here.]
I made this video tutorial on a cord keeper because it’s a quick and simple project but it also allows you to familiarize yourself a little more with your embroidery machine. This tutorial was filmed on my Brother PE770 embroidery machine but as you can see in the images below, some of you have already made these cute cord keepers on different embroidery machines! Play with the built-in designs and frames. It’s a lot of fun!
If you’re in the market for an entry-level embroidery machine definitely check out the one I used. Scroll down a bit and click the video player below to watch the step-by-step video tutorial on how to make a cord keeper on your Brother PE770 embroidery machine!
Note: If you don’t have an embroidery machine simply cut two pieces of fabric at 3″ x 6″ and then follow the sewing instructions as explained in the video tutorial to complete the cord keeper. Remember, you don’t need to have an embroidery machine to do this! You can hand embroider a cute design or just let the fabric print shine by itself. Have fun with it!
The list of where to find some of the supplies used in this video are: