Learn to digitize this free-standing lace egg.
The design features a crosshatch fill foundation with Richelieu bars, decorative satin swirls, and candlewick stitches couching the outside border.
The Freestanding Lace Egg Lesson requires one of these versions:
- mySewnet™ PLATINUM (Windows or Mac)
- PREMIER+™ 2 ULTRA (Windows or Mac)
- PREMIER+™ ULTRA (Windows)
- TruE™ 3 ELITE (Mac)
This month’s video is a detailed discussion and walkthrough of the Freestanding Lace Egg lesson.
Apr 2022 NEW
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