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In the Hoop Gifts

with Sue O'Very

Frequently asked questions

  • Do I need specific hoop sizes to take this class? How will I get the files and use them on my machine?

    The majority of designs in this class are designed for 4” x 4” and 5” x 7” hoops, although some files and modifications will work for larger or smaller designs. The Owl Potholder and Zippered Pouch both require a 5" x 7" or larger stitching field. The files are available in the downloadable class materials. Consult your machine’s manual to determine the best way to get them to your machine. Often, a USB stick , jump drive or cable is used.

  • What type of machine do I need to take this class, and what file types are provided?

    You’ll need an embroidery machine with a 4” x 4” hoop (or larger) that reads one of the design files listed below (or the knowhow to convert the files for your machine). Embroidery file types are provided in the following formats to cover a broad range of available embroidery machines: ART, DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, SHV, VP3, VIP, XXX.

  • What if I have questions?

    Ask your questions on the platform and you'll receive instructor feedback. Your fellow students are also likely to jump in and offer advice from their experiences.

  • How long is this class available to me?

    As long as you need! Your access never expires, so you can come back again and again.

  • When does the class start?

    Whenever you're ready! The lessons are available online any time, and your access to the class never expires.

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