Signature Series features a variety of cutting-edge machine embroidery techniques including tapestries, photography, silhouette appliqué, toile, drips, and more—the creative possibilities are endless! Stephen Wilson designed this collection to enable his customers to create gorgeous, embroidered works of art for their own homes—you can mix and match pieces to create engaging displays anywhere!
PLEASE NOTE: This item is a digital download, including PDF tutorial and collection design files in all machine formats; it is not available on disc.
PLEASE NOTE: This item is a digital download, including collection design files in all machine formats; it is not available on disc.
Please note that instructions for stitching out these projects are included in the Physical Product. There is no PDF included in the design downloads.
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What's included with Signature Series Volume I?
Sew Much Variety
Includes 8 different types of embroidered pieces, plus 3 different projects and tons of application ideas!
Step-by-step instructions are included for each type of technique and project, with full-color photos explaining every little detail.
In-depth look into choosing colorways and how to apply them across a variety of pieces for a gallery-worthy display.
Learn a variety of original techniques from stitching on photos and three dimensional embroidery, to creative appliqués and breathtaking tapestries! Customize your pieces using a myriad of designs to create show-stopping decor that is uniquely your own.
This series is full of beautifully embroidered tapestry designs that are sure to wow guests when spotted on your walls. However, the luxe look of these stitched works don't have to be limited to a one-dimensional space. This collection will teach you how to convert a variety of designs into 3 stunning projects.
Learn the principles of color and composition and how to successfully mix the styles included in the collection. Group multiple techniques to create a visual sampler, and showcase the different types of art you are creating.
Presentation is, in essence, a continuation of the art itself. These pieces have been designed to hang collectively on an art wall for a truly lasting impression.