Creative with Cochenille

How To Read a Ruler Learning how to read a ruler is a patterning must and to make it just a bit easier for our users we would like to share our own reference handout that is now on Pinterest! Feel free … Continue reading
Patterning Using Garment Designer: Extra Extras! Read all about it! Hello All! I’ve been meaning to post some more details on how I made this fun top on Garment Designer using the Extras menu on Garment Designer. I started off with … Continue reading

Have Happy 4th of July! Free Captain America Shield Gridded Design

Posted by Stephanie on July 4, 2017 / 
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We at Cochenille Design Studio hope that everyone is enjoying their 4th of July! Please feel free 😉 to download the Captain America Shield Cross-Stitch Pattern made using Cochenille Design Studio’s Stitch Painter software with the FCI Plug-in. .PDF files … Continue reading

Cochenille Design Challenge – Accessorize to Exercise your Garment Designer Skills

Posted by Stephanie on June 29, 2017 / 
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Patterning with Garment Designer: Making an Accessory Hello Fellow Crafters, Time to think out of the box and challenge your Garment Designer skills! If you have been keeping up with our Creative with Cochenille Blog, you already have an idea on … Continue reading
Patterning Using Garment Designer: Accessory Challenge This month’s Design Challenge is piggybacking off my last blog post about Fanny Packs. I had so much fun trying to create a new pattern using an existing Style Set that I thought other … Continue reading

Fanny Pack Pattern Using Garment Designer

Posted by Stephanie on May 25, 2017 / 
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Patterning With Garment Designer: Fanny Pack Hello Fellow Crafters! My latest Garment Designer project (if you couldn’t tell from the title) is a fanny pack! To me convenience never goes out of style and I will always love fanny packs. I … Continue reading