I can’t say enough about these S. African digitizers. They continually put out exquisite work. Their prices are reasonable. You can buy their designs through a dealer or their online store.
And, look at the variety in this picture. I snipped this from the ‘Birds’ column. There is an adorable ducky applique, whimsical owls, and a couple of delicate romantic birds. That is just the top of the page!
Notice the prices. This is OESD quality digitizing with SWAK pricing. And, if you sign up for their newsletter, you will be notified about their regular 30% off sales and US trunk shows.
Jenny Haskins design’s are veerrry Victorian/Romantic in style. If that is your thing, then you will love the quality of her work.
She’s also well-known for her stand-alone embroidered flowers. I’ve seen a few of these and they are unbelievable. Like this from Lottie’s Poppies. Notice the free-standing flowers ~ all done with machine embroidery.
There is no denying the quality and outstanding digitizing of these designs. But, shoot me if that pillow ever finds its way into my house. not.my.thang.
It used to be that the only place you could buy embroidery designs was through a dealer. And, that meant high-priced sets. Not anymore.
Now, you can get designs from independent digitizers and a smorgasbord of places. That makes machine embroidery affordable for more people.
Tomorrow, through the end of the month, I will be talking about all of the different types of things to embroider. Get ready. It’s gonna be interesting.