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The embroidery design process – From the basics to advanced creative embroidery techniques

In this book, the author addresses the design process and creative techniques for embroidery digitizing. It is being published in Bonnie´s native language which is American-English.

Punch - Digitizing for Embroidery Design

The book explains in depth all aspects of the embroidery design process from the basics to advanced creative embroidery techniques. It is full of practical information and important tips about how to create good quality designs for industrial embroidery machines. Regardless of punching skill level and for anyone just interested in learning about the process of embroidery design, this book is a valuable source of inspiration and technical advice.

The book is full of numerous pictures and step-by-step instructions to make it easier for the reader to understand, which are not based on any particular digitizing software.

Bonnie Nielsen is an internationally known embroidery designer with more than 25 years of experience in the embroidery industry. She is recognized worldwide for her creative punching skills and is well known for her technical embroidery digitizing articles. Bonnie’s work has been displayed on the covers of many embroidery trade and textile magazines. She now lives in Germany working at this time as a puncher for Madeira Garnfabrik, giving embroidery design seminars to international groups of punchers and designers. Bonnie Nielsen continues to write articles for trade magazines and also does design development for the embroidery fashion trends and corporate industries.

This book provides digitizers with lots of ideas and hints to help them create interesting and high-quality embroidery designs. A true source of inspiration is to be found in the numerous design samples from Bonnie´s personal extensive archive.

TVP Edition, Verlagshaus Gruber, Eppertshausen 2010

ISBN: 978-3-00-030071-4

52 Euro | 69 US-Dollar