DIME EMB, parent company of The Embroidery Store, Dallas, recently announced the acquisition of the embroidery supplies division of Nashville-based volume apparel industry supplier, Llovet Sales Company.FULL STORY
Madeira, Joyce Jagger to Host June Webinar
Madeira USA, Laconia, N.H., will team with Joyce Jagger to present a free webinar titled “Running Right: The 6 Elements You Should Know for Creating Breathtaking Embroidery.”
The webinar, which will be held June 21 at 2:30 p.m. EST, will share the six points that, when given careful consideration and correct choices, should result in the production of outstanding embroidery.
“Quality is a topic that is so important to me in the work habits that I share with my clients,” says Jagger, who is known as The Embroidery Coach and has 38 years of embroidery experience. “I started my embroidery-training business because I did not want to see other embroiderers have to go through the long learning curve that I did. I love the opportunity to share the very ordinary concerns that should go into embroidery in order to produce very extraordinary results.”
The 60-minute webinar will invite specific questions from the listening audience. The elements that will be covered include digitizing/design; thread/bobbins; needles; stabilizer; hooping; and tension. This webinar is essential in order to eliminate puckering, thread breaks, uneven lettering, distortion, damaged fabric and to assure design registration, according to the company.
Madeira’s webinar classroom holds 500, so attendees are encouraged to register soon and sign in five to 10 minutes early on the day of the webinar. Attendees can type questions and are assured they will be answered. As with each of Madeira¹s webinars, all questions will be collected, answered and emailed to those who register.
To register for the webinar, click here. — J.L.
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Check out the digital edition of Impressions’ new embroidery supplement covering everything from digitizing to pricing.FULL STORY