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Old April 13th, 2016, 10:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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finally at 50 years old I can announce that I have practiced digitizing and embroidery for MORE than half my life! 26 years this year.

So many great people in this industry have helped me and many are no longer around. But I am grateful to all of them and the ones that still teach me on a daily basis. Hey, I think when any of us think we know it all... well we just need to think about doing something else at that point! Embroidery and Digitizing is alive and well and continually evolving.

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finally at 50 years old I can announce that I have practiced digitizing and embroidery for MORE than half my life! 26 years this year.

So many great people in this industry have helped me and many are no longer around. But I am grateful to all of them and the ones that still teach me on a daily basis. Hey, I think when any of us think we know it all... well we just need to think about doing something else at that point! Embroidery and Digitizing is alive and well and continually evolving.

Thank you.
Kinda late here but belated and congrats for what you have reached and accomplished!
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Talk to me after 40+ years.
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Talk to me after 40+ years.
WOW! nice. did you use Sauer or Schiffli machines on cards? that would be before paper tapes I am thinking? What type of machine did you use or more importantly to me what did you use to digitize? no carpel tunnel after all this time? I worry about that myself.

I started on Digitrac with paper tapes... cutting edge at the time, but since you have been digitizing for 13 years longer what was the technology then?
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