Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Technique Tuesday :: 10/10 Brother DreamWeaver Sewing Tutorials!!!

Hooray!! The V-Series DreamWeaver™ XE Innov-is VM6200D that I received from Brother Canada last April is officially here to stay now that I've completed tutorial number 10! Hooray!! (Did I say that already?)

This Pinwheel Doll Quilt tutorial is number 10 in a series of 10 that I've been working on for the past 10 months for Brother Canada!! They have so generously provided me with an amazing Brother DreamWeaver sewing/embroidery machine combo. You can find all the tutorials below. Just click each link to download the PDF.
  1. Perfect Half Square Triangles
  2. Pretty Perfect Pinwheels
  3. Quilting Chevrons
  4. Flawless Machine Binding
  5. Handmade Ruffle Curtains
  6. Primrose Satchel
  7. Super Simple Quilted Table Runner
  8. Designing Unique Quilt Stitches
  9. Machine Embroidery Quilting
  10. Pinwheel Doll Quilt Pattern 
You can also find me on Etsy to purchase my other patterns or place an order for a custom made quilt or bag!

Thanks so much for following along this fun and interesting journey since last April. I hope you've learned something and have been inspired to try some new projects. If you're considering purchasing a new machine, I cannot recommend a Brother highly enough. I've had no problems at all with my machine. It's been a dream to work with since day 1. I've also had the pleasure of being a part of a yahoogroup for Brother DreamWeaver owners and the members of the group are extremely happy with their machines as well! The only "complaint" I've noticed recently is some were wishing it came with the PE-Design Software. It is available for purchase, though. There's also a free trial so you can test it out to see if it's something you'd enjoy. I played around with the trial and found it easy to navigate and really cool. It gives you so many options for designing your own totally unique machine embroidery patterns.

Next up: I'm hoping to get new Simplicity Brother sewing machines for my girls. We've recently renovated my previous hair salon (before that it was the garage!! Who needs a garage anyway, right?) into such a cute sewing studio for my girls (and their friends) and I. My youngest is starting sewing class at school now, so it'll be really nice for her to have somewhere at home to work on her projects, too!

Thank you, Brother Canada! And, thank you to my friend, Madelyn, who encouraged me every step of the way!


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