It enables artistic expression in many ways, for examples by allowing freehand line drawings to be recorded in the coding environment and transferred onto tangible products such as T-shirts. This technique aligns with the Maker movement, which emphasizes hands-on creation.
Conference participants had the opportunity to observe a wide range of coded patterns, many of which were generated designs. Additionally, three workshops were held to guide teachers through the necessary coding steps to develop an embroidery pattern. This hands-on session also provided an explanation of the different components and techniques behind a CNC embroidery machine. Furthermore, the teachers had the chance to have their own individual codes embroidered, resulting in patterns featuring geometrical graphical artifacts as well as floral motifs.