I know I'm a little late posting this from what I promised the yahoo groups I belong too but here it is!!!
I was asked to embroidery a baby quilt square for my nephew and his awesome wife Annie's baby. Well, I haven't embroideried in years! Needless to say, I had to come up with an alternate way, but to still make it "very cool"! I think I did a pretty good job using My Digital Studio! I am loving this program more and more every time I use it. It is SO user friendly!
This is the MDS quilt square:
Once exported, I opened it in my photo editing software (I use Windows Picture-It which came loaded on my computer) and cropped it at about 8 x 8. This was because the quilt square I was to use was about 7 x 7 on the inside of the markings that Annie's family had put on the quilt square.
My next step was to get my tranfer paper for light fabrics. Before you print out a transfer, you really should print out a sample so you can ensure that it will work correctly. Also when you print your transfer be sure to use the "mirror image" function on your printer so that when you transfer it on to the fabric it is not backwards. And now, here is my finished quilt square!!!
Let me know what you think!!! I am dying to read your comments so please leave some!!!!