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Site Video Player corrected – details

Posted by is9582 on September 20, 2016 with No Commentsas , , , , , , , ,

Unfortunately the videos on my site were all automatically set with the auto-play switch set to on, and I couldn’t seem to get to the level needed in which to change this. I know this created a wall of audio with my vocals talking on top of one another. This was very frustrating and I’m […]

Carving Knife Sharpening Supplement

Posted by is9582 on September 19, 2016 with No Commentsas , , , , , , , ,

I decided it would be a good idea to make at least one last video relating to the subject of how I sharpen Carving Knives See here for the original article. I always do my best to choose my words so the reader can envision what I’m talking about, but I know that some people […]

Can I control jump stitches? (Software – embroidery)

Posted by is9582 on August 24, 2016 with No Commentsas , , , , , , , , , ,

In this article I’m focusing primarily on Designer’s Gallery Creator 3, which is the software that we use with our embroidery machine, but I expect other digitizing programs will at least behave similarly. I went back and was looking at some of the earliest projects I made with our software, and as I was somewhat green, […]

Machine Embroidery software tip

Posted by is9582 on August 21, 2016 with No Commentsas , , , , , , , ,

We own Designer’s Gallery Creator 3, which is a fairly new software we use to digitize what we want to embroider on our machine. We have a Baby Lock embroidery machine, but this software can save files in a range of formats, suitable for a wide audience of machines. I have used graphics design programs […]

Older Hock iron improves Bailey immensely

Posted by is9582 on August 21, 2016 with No Commentsas , , , , , , , ,

A couple of weeks ago I was going through some stuff in my shop and I found an older style Hock iron (O-1 steel) that I purchased around 1990. I was still really green relating to hand planes at that point, but I knew I wanted to learn how to both sharpen well and setup […]