Blue Work # 2
Bluework Tutorial.
So you need a little help doing the Bluework design.
Only look at this tutorial a little bit and go back and try
to do it by your self.
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The first time to do, study the picture. Go over it a
few times, in your mind. On how you want to do it.
Open Embird Studio. In the top left corner click
on Edit and then Preferences. At the bottom of the
drop-down box. Set your hoop size, useing a 4" X
4" or a 10cm X 10cm. They are both the same
sizes. See picture above.
Bring in the Circle picture. From the top left corner click on
Image, then Import. Find where you downloaded the Circle  
picture and click on open. The next window that opens, click yes.
You will now see your circle picture that is very large. Click on
the Zoom tool, located as the 3rd button down on the left tool
bar, and right click on the picture until you can see the whole
picture. On the Zoom tool left click to make it larger and right
click to make it smaller.
Left click on the outline tool, the 12th tool down on the left
tool bar.
When you click the outline tool on the left, you will get
the box
above on your right side.
Make sure that there is a check in the snap to node box. In
the Edge Type box, pick the straight edge. In the drop
down box we will use the Single Stitch and the Redwork  
stitch.
We will be using the Zoom tool, 3rd one down on the left
tool bar to zoom in and out.
Lets get started. Click on the outline tool and select
Redwork. Put your first node in the same place I did.
Where two or more lines cross, we will left click to
put a square node.
Start off using the Redwork stitch. You can see by the
numbers one to eight, where I click to put a node. When
you reach number 8. Right click and then click on Finish
object. Right click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key on your
key board, this will put your first stitch on top of your
last stitch no jump stitches this way. We will use the
Single Stitch this time. You can see where I clicked for
9. Right click and click on Finish object. Right click and
Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key on your
key board this will put your first stitch on top of your
last stitch, again no jump stitches this way. Use the
Redwork Stitch this time on the right side. You can see
where I clicked 10 throught 25. On number 25 if you
click near where the other node is, it will jump on top of
it. No jump stitches. After number 25, right click and
click on Finish object. Right click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first stitch
on top of your last stitch no jump stitches this
way. We will use the Single Stitch this time.
You can see where I clicked for 26. Right click
and click on Finish object. Right click and
Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key on your
key board this will put your first stitch on top of your last
stitch, again no jump stitches this way. Use the Redwork
Stitch this time on the right side. You can see where I
clicked 27 through 42. On number 42 if you click near
where the other node is, it will jump on top of it. No jump
stitches. After number 42, right click and click on Finish
object. Right click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key on
your key board, this will put your first stitch on top
of your last stitch no jump stitches this way. We will
use the Redwork Stitch this time. You can see
where I clicked for 43 and 44. Right click and click
on Finish object. Right click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first
stitch on top of your last stitch no jump
stitches this way. We will use the Single Stitch
this time. You can see where I clicked for 45.
Right click and click on Finish object. Right
click and Generate Stitches.
on your key board, this will put your first stitch
on top of your last stitch no jump stitches this
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
way. We will use the Redwork Stitch this time.
You can see where I clicked for 46 and 47.
Right click and click on Finish object. Right click
and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first stitch
on top of your last stitch no jump stitches this
way. We will use the Single Stitch this time. You
can see where I clicked for 48. Right click and
click on Finish object. Right click and Generate
Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first stitch
on top of your last stitch no jump stitches this
way. We will use the Redwork Stitch this time.
You can see where I clicked for 49. Right click
and click on Finish object. Right click and
Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first stitch
on top of your last stitch no jump stitches this
way. We will use the Single Stitch this time.
You can see where I clicked for 50. Right click
and click on Finish object. Right click and
Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key on
your key board, this will put your first stitch on top
of your last stitch no jump stitches this way. We
will use the Redwork Stitch this time. You can see
where I clicked for 51 and 52. Right click and click
on Finish object. Right click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three
key on your key board, this will put your
first stitch on top of your last stitch no jump
stitches this way. We will use the Single
Stitch this time. You can see where I clicked
for 53. Right click and click on Finish
object. Right click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first stitch
on top of your last stitch no jump stitches this
way. We will use the Redwork Stitch this time.
You can see where I clicked for 54 and 55.
Right click and click on Finish object. Right
click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first stitch
on top of your last stitch no jump stitches this
way. We will use the Single Stitch this time. You
can see where I clicked for 56. Right click and
click on Finish object. Right click and Generate
Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first
stitch on top of your last stitch no jump
stitches this way. We will use the Redwork
Stitch this time. You can see where I clicked
for 57 and 58. Right click and click on Finish
object. Right click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first stitch
on top of your last stitch no jump stitches this
way. We will use the Single Stitch this time.
You can see where I clicked for 59. Right click
and click on Finish object. Right click and
Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first
stitch on top of your last stitch no jump
stitches this way. We will use the Redwork
Stitch this time. You can see where I clicked
for 60 and 61. Right click and click on Finish
object. Right click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first
stitch on top of your last stitch no jump
stitches this way. We will use the Single Stitch
this time. You can see where I clicked for 62.
Right click and click on Finish object. Right
click and Generate Stitches.
Click the outline tool, hit the number three key
on your key board, this will put your first stitch
on top of your last stitch no jump stitches this
way. We will use the Redwork Stitch this time.
You can see where I clicked for 63 and 64.
Right click and click on Finish object. Right
click and Generate Stitches.
WE ARE DONE,
This is a
good tutorial, and if you notice we did
the same thing over and over.
Save your work.......

Click on Ctrl & A at the same time on your key
board. All of your files will now be selected. Right
click and click on group 1. You will now have only
one file on your right side.
Click on design and save as. Give it a name and save  
where you can find your finished work.

This will save the design as an EOF file. You can always
open the EOF file in Studio and make changes at a later
date if need be.

Click on Design.

Compile and put into Editor. Save in your file type.
When the design opens in Editor, look it over. If you are
happy with the results, take it into your embroidery
machine and stitch out your finished product.
Right click and save as to save the picture to your
computer.
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