Martha Stewart Launches Embroidery Designs Line

comments (4) June 22nd, 2008     

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Wherever Martha Stewart turns up, good taste is bound to follow, and that what we're expecting from her latest foray into the world of machine embroidery. Last week at the 22nd Annual Husqvarna Viking International Dealer Convention in San Antonio, Texas, Martha unveiled her new line of embroidery designs, Classic Embroidery Patterns. The line includes classic shapes such as Scallop, Laurel, and Twist, three simple, graceful embellishments inspired by timeless embroidery patterns, as well as an elegant font for creating clean, beautiful monograms. The exclusive line of Martha Stewart Embroidery designs will be available this summer where HUSQVARNA VIKING, PFAFF, and SINGER products are sold. For more information, visit the SVP Web Site.


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jjones444 writes: That dress looks like a Spanish Flamenco dancer should be wearing it. How realistic are dress machine embroidery designs? I can see using embroidery for pillow cases, crafts or other clothing but not a dress. It would be hard to get it on fancy dress fabrics, and it looks weird.
Posted: 12:26 pm on January 12th
DavyCrockett writes: Where can I find the largest selection of machine embroidery patterns ? Also, what's the best brand of embroidery machine to invest in?
Posted: 1:43 pm on September 2nd
oldssss56 writes: I too have a Embroadery Machine by brothers and they run Pes
or at least mine does it is se-350 I love it I would like more tips on embroaderying by machine .
Thank you
Cathy Petersn
Posted: 1:00 pm on May 4th
Marlana writes: Dear Martha, please, please, please make your machine embroidery designs compatable with the Brother sewing and embroidery machine. I love what I saw in the Embroidery Design magazine recently andd would like to do some also but have just purchased the Brother machine. I am a huhe fan of yours and have been for years. I've watched ALL of your shows daily and watched them years ago when they were weekly. You once did a show years ago (wwhen VHF was the format) and I can't find the tape. The show showed how to antique and put different finishes on flower pots for outdoors. I remembered you let different paint colors run down the sides etc. I would love to know the colors and the process. Keep up the excellent work, as I know you will because after all IT'S A GOOOOOD THING. Sincerely, Linda Hydrick 314 Forsyth St Murfreesboro, TN 37127 615-896-2705 Don't make fun of my lack of typing skills!!!!
Posted: 9:18 pm on April 4th
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