Deals, deals, more deals! If you're looking for a new sewing machine, embroidery software, or just about anything else from Husqvarna Viking, you gotta get in here and sew...
All Husqvarna feet 25% off, Opal 690 on for lowest price of the year, and [get this] until September 24th - you can trade in ANY sewing machine for $5000 off MSRP towards that finger swipe'n, pinch-n-zoom'n, exclusive sense'n, wifi load'n, auto-thread'n, builtin teach'n, phone app tap'n, jumbo quilt'n, Husqvarna Viking Designer EPIC that you know you can't live without.
Get it all at Pine Ridge Knit & Sew in Trenton Ontario, I like that! [fb.com]
If you don't recognize the character in the image - you're probably not a skateboarder. Any skateboarder will instantly identify him as "The Ripper" from Powell Peralta. (See what I did there - Ripper, like Stitch-Ripper, ha ha, wink wink). Anywho I'm a big fan - I've been riding Bones wheels for as long as I've been searching for Animal Chin.
While this isn't technically my first embroidery, it IS the first time that I've embroidered a project of my own, (that I'm totally going to wear) including creating my own .VP3 file.
And I had a _lot_ of fun doing it.
I did a little Gimping with the image before importing into the Embroidery Software. The image was simplified to 4 colours, each colour was broken out into it's own layer, and then each layer was imported one at a time. Once all the layers were in, it was a simple matter to stack them back up, and export to .VP3. Then loaded that file into a Designer Ruby DeLuxe, which proceeded to stomp the stitch-out like Rodney Mullen stomps a kick-flip!
One of the things I figured out early on is that white can be tough to work with on screen - but the finished product is going to come out with whatever colour thread you loaded into the machine. That's why his face is blue on the computer.
And did I mention that Embroidery Software is on sale this month down at Pine Ridge Knit & Sew?
It didn't take long for Tony to figure out that we needed to have a Ruby Tuesday. Laura was driving a Ruby deLuxe, Ilse was driving a Ruby deLuxe, Christina on a Ruby deLuxe, Marni just picked up the Ruby Royale, Ruth on a Ruby Royale - it was pretty obvious that the Ruby was the staff and volunteer favourite.
It was going to be be great, we would have had it on a Tuesday, written the invites on Rails, we would've served Reuben's, you get the idea....
On November 22 , Fourteen Ruby DeLuxe's showed up at our door.
I didn't get a sandwich, but I'm calling it anyways - the official Pine Ridge Ruby Tuesday.
Brenda's upgrading, Bonita's upgrading, Lisa's upgrading, Ilse's picking up another one. This is the upgrade event of the season. So what does that mean for you? That means we've got already loved machines on sale just in time for BLACK FRIDAY.
We've got a used Topaz, Sapphire, Jade, and a whole bunch of fully refurbished Ruby DeLuxe's ready for you to take home today.
Tony finally got his Ruby Tuesday.
Not ready to commit to embroidery? No problem, take home a Ruby D without the embroidery unit for almost HALF OFF! add the embroidery unit later. Even without embroidery, these are top of the line sewing machines. Did I mention the Ruby sews sideways? Literally sews sideways!
Exclusive Sensor System™, DeLuxe Stitch System™, Automatic Thread Cutter, Sew without the Foot, Design Positioning, Embroidery Resize, Sewing Advisor, Smart Save, 360 x 200 Hoop, Legendary Husqvarna Feet. «Official Husqvarna Product Page»
Great machines, great prices, these aren't going to last. It's Crazy Tony's Ruby Tuesday SALE down at Pine Ridge. You gotta get in here and sew!!
Just wanted to send a big shout out to Sewing SpecialistEmily Baker who was here yesterday to help us with an EPIC introduction.
I really have to hand it to the engineering team at Husqvarna Viking. The Designer EPIC represents a meshing of human and machine that we've only just begun to realize. The hardware is effortless behind an intuitive touch screen interface.
The Robotics Enthusiast in me says "Well Done". Here's a machine that carries out complex instructions with minimal fuss.
The Store Owner in me says "Well Done". Here's a product the customers already LOVE that will continue to improve for years to come. That's the kind of product we want to support.
The Husband in me says "Well Done". My wife giggles every time she sits down in front of it.
By: Tony Tedball 2016/06/09 Categories: Embroidery