Member since 8/11/12
Date: 12/19/12 5:06 AM
Have any of you seen this and if you have, is it useful? Is it more helpful than the users guide that came with the machine? It would be fabulous if Babylock included a DVD with the machines with tutorials because there are bound to be others like me out there that find reading and following directions difficult. :-)
Member since 12/5/06
Date: 12/19/12 10:17 AM
When I bought my used Ellegante, a friend who had just upgraded to Ellisimo Gold, gave me her Workbook. It is a truly valuable resource I consult all the time! When I bought my first embroidery machine, I attended a 2-day stabilizer workshop at the dealer, during which we assembled a binder full of sample stitchouts with tons of notes about machine settings, stabilizers, etc. That binder is my go-to resource whenever I switch to embroidery frenzy!
Indecision may or may not be my problem. -Jimmy Buffet
Member since 12/3/06
Date: 12/19/12 7:14 PM
Have you checked the BabyLock website? There may be a workbook avaiable. The dealer would also know this as that it where you would have to purchase it.
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Member since 10/31/09
Date: 12/20/12 8:18 AM
When I bought my Ellageo about 10 yeas ago, it came with a video in VHS format. It was very helpful.When I traded the Ellageo for the Ellissimo, I included the video in the trade in, so I no longer have it, but there is a video and some dealers may have it.