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StitchArtist Videos

StitchArtist Level 2 – Using Satin Input

Brian walks you through different ways to create satin stitching using the Satin column inputs in StitchArtist Level 2.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Controls – Part 1

Brian goes through the controls in StitchArtist Level 1, including the Image, TrueType, view and drawing buttons along with the Create Menu.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Controls, Part 2 – Stitches

Brian explores the StitchArtist stitches including the Runs, Manual and Fill stitches and their properties in detail.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Controls, Part 3 – Applique

Brian discusses the applique stitch properties in StitchArtist level 1.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Controls, Part 4 – Satins

Brian walks through the extensive list of properties for Satin Borders and Satin Columns in StitchArtist level 1.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Controls, Part 5 – Stitches cont’d

Brian introduces the properties for the rest of the stitches including Stipple, Cross Stitch, Motif Run and Motif Fill.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Controls, Part 6 – Context & keys

Brian covers the StitchArtist Level 1 context menus and key controls, as well as some detail on copy/paste operations in this final video in the series.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Sunbonnet Sue

Brian creates Sue as applique with point mode entry, inserting travelling runs, a motif run, adjusting Entry/Exits and discusses sequence.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Snowman

Brian creates a simple snowman design using the Magic Wand. Fills and satins are used along with node editing and the ‘Combine with Holes’ function.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Heart applique

Brian uses the Library to create an applique heart, and then draws using runs and satins to create decoration.
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StitchArtist Level 1 Popular Fleur-de-lis

Brian introduces a popular fleur-de-lis design using StitchArtist Level 1. Splitting an object using the ‘Break Across’ command is explored, along with adjusting an outline when things go awry. Text shown uses Essentials, a separate product, but the combination makes a nice result.
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From Pat H
Regarding Essentials