New Digitizing Practice with a focus on using the Fill stitch tool in Floriani FTCU!
Download the image and practice your digitizing skills! After you have finished, you are welcome to share your design image with our Embroidery Gatherings Facebook group. We would love to see your creativity!
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Create a digitizing plan:
Decide which shapes to trace first – look at the image and think of it as layers. Trace the layers in back first. Trace the shapes that should stitch first. Leave the details for last.
Here are some suggestions for this image:
- trace the green leaves first
- trace the brown leaves
- trace the red flower petals
- add the gold flower petals
- add the yellow flower center
Determine the stitch tools for each shape:
Consider what stitch to use for tracing each shape. Here are some suggestions for this image:
- leaves – fill stitch tool
- veins – run stitch (bean stitch)
- stems – steil satin stitch
- flower petals – fill stitch
Follow these 5 digitizing steps for each shape, as a guide, to get you started.
If you need help with digitizing the design, join the Embroidery Gatherings Facebook group and ask your questions, anytime.
Note: this image does not partner with any particular lesson. They are meant to encourage you to practice digitizing on your own.
If you need guidance with the Floriani FTCU basic stitch tools, you can refer to the lessons in the Embroidery Gatherings Membership Club.
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2 thoughts on “Digitizing Practice~Fall flower”
These are fun!
Thanks, Carol. Glad you like them. I really enjoy designing them and tempting you to practice FTCU! 🙂