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    How to increase the size of a design and adjust the stitch count in My Editor?

    How open file you can read here 

    For example, used he design of Fashion teddy bear design from our embroidery library. The format is chosen arbitrarily.

    Open the design you want to resize. Click on Upscale design

    Open design in My editor software

    Increase the size of your design either by percent or by a certain number of cm. (I added 10%). Press OK.

    Enter increase % for design

    As you can see in the lower left corner of the window, your design is now bigger than it was, but the number of stitches remains the same. This means that the embroidery may look a bit bald when finished. And we don’t know that, do we?

    Design chaned size

    Press Ctrl + A to select the entire design. Ultimately, left-click on any part of the background and drag to enclose the entire design. You’ll see a rectangular frame around it.

    Using rectangular frame fro manual resize

    Now, go to Stitches > Auto Density > Apply.

    Apply auto density to design

    My Editor has automatically added the stitches in the required places. You can see that your stitch count went up. 

    Finished result

    All that is left is to store your design where you want it on your computer.


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    Thank you!  I use software for PFAFF and it is resising  not always good. Now I know one more way to do that. :)

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