*Free with purchase of Brother PE Design NEXT Babylock Palette 9 Embroidery Software, Brother PEDesign Tutorial DVD. Digitize Images, Photos, Cross Stitch, Edit, Letter, Size, Name Drop!
Included in this DVD set are over 70 step-by-step lessons for each function of the software, with videos, screenshots, & over 700 printable pages. The tutorials cover everything from Layout & Editing, to the Programmable Stitch Creator, Design Database, Font Creator, Design Center and Digitizing.
Carol Price is the owner of Carol Price’s a Stitch in Time – Embroidery. A longtime digitizer and a Brother PE-Design certified instructor. Carol started with PE-Design version 1 and has upgraded to every new version when available. Back in the “old” days when there were no lessons available in stores or embroidery events, Carol was active on various on-line bulletin boards helping others learn their programs. One day a student said “why don’t you write a book?” Taking that advice Carol wrote her first tutorial for PE-Design version 2 and has created video tutorials for each version since.She developed and sold many design sets over the years. She also developed basic computer tutorials to help novices get started with embroidery on a computer.
Tutorial for Version NEXTof Brother PE-Design, BabyLock Palettet home digitizing software is shipping now. This tutorial covers all the features and tools in detail and with videos.
In each section (Layout & Editing, Design Center, Font Creator, Design Database, Program Stitch Creator) a chart lists previous functions and where to find them in Version NEXT (9). New features are listed and explained.
Hints and tips are given through out the tutorial. Learn to use your digitizing software to its fullest potential. Unlike seminars, you can refer back to the tutorial over and over again whenever you need to. Watch and review a video until you are comfortable with your grasp of the subject. The tutorial is on two computer DVD+ disks (these are NOT playable in the television DVD player).
You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer in order to view the tutorial. Visit the Adobe website to download their free Acrobat Reader. This tutorial will run with Windows 7, Vista and Windows XP. There seems to be some issure with Windows 8.
Make sure to use ONLY ADOBE ACROBAT READER to view the PDF file.
Make sure install the TSCC.dll file as described on the card insert in the DVD box.
When you double click on a video icon there will be a Windows message asking if you want to trust this document. Make sure to click on your choice and then double click on the video icon again.Click HERE for Carol Price Upcoming Embroidery Events.Carol has taught at a number of embroidery events in the U.S., regional Brother Dealer training and in London England. Click HERE for Brother Events Calendar across the country!
Carol Price's background include art and engineering. Technical writing was one of her favorite classes and drafting. Drafting at the time was still done at large tables, there were no home computers yet. Yes electricity had been invented by then (you can tell that there are teenagers in the house).
Carol Price has been involved with the home embroidery community for over 10 years. She started out with Pe-design version 1. Online was a great place to exchange ideas and learn how to make the most use out of the program. Carol began writing lessons for her friends when they asked how to create some effects. One day a friend suggested that Carol write a book for them. A business was born. Since that time Carol has released tutorials for every version of Pe-design starting with version 2.
Tutorial NEXT (version 9) is the latest tutorial released. The tutorial covers: Design Center, Layout & Editing, Programmable Stitch Creator, Font Creator and Design Database. There is a printable glossary explaining embroidery terms, a list of the new features and charts listing the features from version 8 and where they can be found in NEXT. Of course digitizing is included with simple step by step directions, both in video and written formats.