Gunold Webinars

Gunold webinars are designed specifically for professional commercial embroidery businesses and cover a wide range of essential topics. Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out, these informative webinars will provide valuable insights and practical tips to take your embroidery to the next level. Sign up for our emails to be the first to know about upcoming webinars. 

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I Hate Hats - Free Webinar

I hate hats, the three words muttered in every workshop. They make you cringe, and they make you crazy. In this 45-minute webinar, you will learn the basics of how to embroider a hat and turn your hate into love in no time at all!



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3D Puffy & Tips For Digitizing - Free Webinar

Learn all the tips you need to know about 3D Puffy Foam and become a pro in no time! In this 40-minute webinar, Bill will impart his wisdom on selecting the right stitch, stitch length, perfecting the edges, the many applications, and finishing touches when working with puffy foam.



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Backing Basics - Free Webinar

Join Gunold for a 30-minute webinar as we unravel the mystery of cut-aways vs. tear-aways with Bill Garvin of BG Tech Services. Bill will share his knowledge of over 25 years in the commercial embroidery industry with you to ensure a quality product and keep your customers happy!



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Embroidery Basics - Free Webinar

Even when you have done this for years, a good refresher on the basics of machine embroidery is an eye-opener. In this 40-minute free webinar, Bill Garvin will walk you through the fundamentals of needles, thread, bobbins, backings, and toppings. What you need on hand and how to keep production running smoothly and on point.



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Appliqué Basics - Free Webinar

Even when you have done this for years, a good refresher on the basics of appliqué is always warranted. In this 30-minute free webinar, Bill Garvin will walk you through the fundamentals of Appliqué, why you should appliqué, the tools you will need, and the 7 appliqué techniques.