Tool Training: Embroidery Machine
April 11 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Learn the basics and safe use of an embroidery machine and software.
Learn the basics and safe use of an embroidery machine and software.This class is for people new to machine embroidery. The goal of this class is to gain familiarity with the studio’s Brother Innovis NQ1600E machine and learn the skills necessary to use it independently. Students will learn the parts of the embroidery machine, how to thread, operate and maintain the machine, and how to properly set up the fabric in the hoop using appropriate stabilizer(s). We will also go over the basics of the embroidery software available on the Textile Studio computer and how to transfer machine embroidery files to the machine for stitchout.
Please visit https://technocopia.org/directions for more information about getting to and parking around Technocopia.For this course, students are required to have already successfully completed Sewing Machine 101 at Technocopia or received equivalent certification.If you would like to take this class but are not available at the listed times, this class may also be scheduled separately by contacting the instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org.Successful completion of this course will result in certification of Technocopia members for independent use of the tools directly covered in the course. Non-members who complete this course will be eligible to participate in future project-based classes which require these tools.If you are experienced with the tools covered in this training and would like to seek an alternate method of certification, please contact the instructor at email@example.com BEFORE signing up for this class.Review our class cancellations and refund policies here: http://technocopia.org/class-policiesAbout This Instructor
Jessica Sadlier is a Technocopia member with extensive experience in sewing, both garment and craft, and fiber arts. She is a multi-disciplinary designer and maker with an extensive history of creative projects and pursuits who has worked in a variety of disciplines including architecture, design tech, marketing, prop design and costume design. Jessica loves to combine various media and techniques to create interesting projects ranging from functional decor to wearable tech. She relishes the challenges and thrills of learning new skills and enjoys sharing this experience with others through fun, accessible, and high quality creative educational experiences.