The book starts at the beginning with information about designs, stabilizers, embroidery supplies, and hooping methods. From there you explore basic editing functions that includes resizing, rotating, and Word Art.
Then you move on to more exciting functions such as Color Wheel, Endless Embroidery, and Importing Decorative Stitches
Next comes design placement. Using low tech methods with hoop templates and paper design templates is a good place to start. Then you can move on to high tech machine functions such as Virtual Positioning and Pinpoint Placement (on specific models).
After you get past the basics, you’re ready to explore stitching techniques. These include In-the-Hoop Projects, Lettering and Monogramming, Freestanding Designs, Piecing, Quilting, Applique and more!
With 200 pages of information and inspiration, you will want to have this book in your embroidery library. Click here to find a BERNINA store near you so you can go check out The Big Book of Embroidery! While you’re there, take a look at The Big Book of Feet. You’ll love both of them!
INTRODUCING THE BIG BOOK OF EMBROIDERY by Susan Beck in Bernina WeAllSew Blog.