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Thread: I bought a new machine today!

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    What kind did you get? You are going to find anything and everything you can embroder around your house :thumbup: :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janeen
    start here:
    http://annthegran.com/FreeDesignsAgreement.aspx

    there are gazillions of free designs on the net... you might even find some of mine on ATG there 8)
    Thanks for the link. This opened up a whole new world for me and to tell you the truth, its a bit overwhelming right now. I'm sure as I learn, it will all fall into place though :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquemoe
    What kind did you get? You are going to find anything and everything you can embroder around your house :thumbup: :P
    Its a Bernina and I love it! Yep..I'm starting to look around the house in a whole new way :mrgreen: DH better not sit still tooo long.... :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    Go to Yahoo, groups, and sign up for some of the embroidery groups. You will learn from all the more experienced, and they are always posting links to free designs. You will soon have more designs than you can ever sew. My hint is to set up a filing system on the computer to place your desingn in catogories. That's the only way to find what you need later. There is even a site that has this already done for you, all you need do is download. I don't remember the link, but if you get in most any group, someone will be able to post the link for you. Have fun ( I have bernina 180 e)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gh380
    Go to Yahoo, groups, and sign up for some of the embroidery groups. You will learn from all the more experienced, and they are always posting links to free designs. You will soon have more designs than you can ever sew. My hint is to set up a filing system on the computer to place your desingn in catogories. That's the only way to find what you need later. There is even a site that has this already done for you, all you need do is download. I don't remember the link, but if you get in most any group, someone will be able to post the link for you. Have fun ( I have bernina 180 e)
    Thanks loads for the info. I'll definetly sign up for some of the groups and the filing system is a great idea. I now officially have so many toys that I don't know which one to play with first :lol:

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