During the past few months, many of us turned to our sewing and embroidery to not only help others, but to also help ourselves get through these unknown and sometimes stressful times. Our friend Marygayle Browning, sent us in this project and story to share with all of you.
On March 20th a friend of mine messaged me and asked if I wanted to help make/donate masks for healthcare and essential workers that are in need. I agreed. We started with about 10-15 seamstresses. Today we have over 6,000 members in the main group on Facebook, Sew You Care Project. We also have many sub-groups throughout the country and in other countries as well. Sew You Care webpage: https://sewyoucare.com/
My friend that started the group had a logo made by another friend of hers and she asked me to digitize it. So, this was when Foxy the Fabricator was born in stitches using Embrilliance StitchArtist. I just love using StitchArtist and sharing some of my designs.
Are you new to stitching keyfobs? You can use the step by step directions provided in the download from one of our earlier blog posts as a guide.
The design is provided in our native .BE format, enabling you to save a stitch file for any embroidery machine. If you aren’t already an Embrilliance owner, we provide a free method to use our software called Express Mode that will not only allow you to use any of the wonderful free designs found in our project blog, but also enables you to install and create basic text treatments with fonts distributed in our popular .BX format produced by many embroidery design creators.
To learn more about Embrilliance Express and for the instructions and links you need to download, install, and use our software with our free project files, please click here.
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