As some of you may know,
I create digital quilting designs
for computerized quilters.
For those that don’t know,
a digital design is used with a computerized quilting system.
It is kind of like one of those ghost pianos
where the keys move on their own.
With a computerized quilting machine,
the machine moves on its own to create the designs.
Kind of cool, eh?
This year I have made a goal to design
(that’s right, 3 zeros)
by the end of 2014.
It is almost the end of April
and I am happy to announce that
I currently have
It is so fun coming up with new designs,
and the possibilities literally are endless.
It continues to astound me the things that
we can do in the artistic world with the power of technology.
To be able to take a design
from pen to paper,
from paper to computer screen,
from input to output,
from needle to thread
is one of the coolest processes that I have had
the pleasure of embracing.
If anyone wants to learn more about computerized quilting,
I would be happy to expand and share my love for quilting.
Be great to each other.
2 thoughts on “Computerized Quilting in a Nutshell”
Hi Karlee, I have just come upon your blog and this post that so clearly shows your passion for quilting, designing computerized quilting and also your writing about it all. I took a look at the amazing array of designs you have created. If you plan to share your knowledge of computerized quilting, I would enjoy reading future blog articles. I am going to subscribe, and read all your previous posts. Thanks for sharing, Gina
Gina! Thank you so much for all the kind words! That means a lot to me! My blog is pretty much about all things quilting, and I dabble in a little bit of everything (with computerized quilting and free motion quilting being the bulk of it, not so much piecing) Thank you so much for subscribing! And if you are also a computerized quilter, I sell my digital designs in the “shop” tab of my blog. Feel free to check them out. I am adding new ones daily. And right now I have a coupon code for 50% your entire order of digital quilting designs. The code is “give me 50” and you use it when you check out. 🙂