Embroidery Photo Gallery

The sky's the limit with Generations Embroidery Software. View the works of embroidered art created with Generations Software. Experience the creative freedom that Generations Software provides.

Many of these samples were provided to us by Leanne Church - Education & Support Co-Ordinator of Echidna Sewing Products in Australia. A big thanks to her - her hard work and wonderful talent she displays using the Generations Embroidery Software is shown below.

Descriptions are below

 

 

3. Reproduction of a manually sewn badge made in the 1950's. Old badge was scanned in and manually digitised by Leanne Church, Australia.

4 & 5. A simple clipart image automatically generated and then reshaped into a different shape. Lettering and detail were manual added to give character to design by Leanne Church, Australia

9. These roses were created by scanning in a rose petal from a garden and then stitching out a number of them and hand sewn together as a rose would be constructed. by Leanne Church, Australia

10. A simple hand drawing can be transformed into a redwork design. by Leanne Church, Australia

11 & 12. This owl design was taken from a piece of jewellery; it was scanned and then manually created. by Leanne Church, Australia

13 & 14. This design was inspired by a brooch, with added underlay the design became a lace motif. by Leanne Church, Australia

16. This headband was created using Building block designs which are plugins to the program. by Leanne Church, Australia

17 & 18. This cute pillow was created from Building block designs that are plug ins to the program. Inspired by a duvet set that accessories were not available for. Some of the flowers are the same as the head band but resized. by Leanne Church, Australia

19. A child's drawing that has been reproduced to create lasting memories by Leanne Church, Australia

20. A simple clip art design but by changing the stitch types give a more natural look to the design by Leanne Church, Australia

25 & 26. Applique you child's name with classic blanket stitch by Leanne Church, Australia

28. Lasting memories for the grandparents by reproducing there grandchild's artwork to a gift they will treasure for years to come by Leanne Church, Australia

29 & 30. A simple clipart that transforms instantly to a beautiful embroidery by Leanne Church, Australia

31. A child's drawing that has been reproduced to create lasting memories by Leanne Church, Australia

32. This rose was created by scanning in a rose petal from a garden and then stitching out a number of them and hand sewn together as a rose would be constructed. by Leanne Church, Australia

33 & 34. Bobbin work is embroidery created upside down in the hoop with a thicker thread on the bottom to dive a raised look to your design. memories by Leanne Church, Australia

35 & 36. This design inspired by a brooch, it is also the same design as the blue evening dress by Leanne Church, Australia

37. This rose was created by scanning in a rose petal from a garden and then stitching out a number of them and hand sewn together as a rose would be constructed. by Leanne Church, Australia

38. This design was created using Building block designs which are plugins to the program. by Leanne Church, Australia

39. This design was created using Building block designs which are plugins to the program. Inspired by a bedroom duvet set by Leanne Church, Australia

40. Building blocks created on a spiral. The spiral punch tool used to give a template and then removed when completed. This design was created using Building block designs which are plugins to the program. by Leanne Church, Australia

41 & 42. This rose was created by scanning in a rose petal from a garden and then stitching out a number of them and hand sewn together as a rose would be constructed. by Leanne Church, Australia

43. A child's drawing that has been reproduced to create lasting memories by Leanne Church, Australia

44. This owl design was taken from a piece of jewellery; it was scanned and then manually created. by Leanne Church, Australia

45. This freely created design uses the embossing to create the rib effect in the socks and adding lettering for a quirky effect by Leanne Church, Australia

46. Using manual punch tools and building block plugins you can let your imagination run wild. by Leanne Church, Australia

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