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Hoop size and embroidery machine type. How right size embroidery design

Question: Have a Brother Se 425 which hoop size is 4 X 4 only and I Can't find under Brother so wanted to know if a 85 x 100 mm (3.35 X 3.94 would work. if so I will buy one of your designs. I,m new at this and I/m trying to get the hang of this. Thank you for your support. Answer: 1. First every design have full information about, colors, size and stitches. 2. In your Profile you can choose your embroidery machine https://embroideres.com/profile/edit/ and eve

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Gunold KK Spray Glue: Mastering Embroidery Adhesion

Efficient Embroidery: Mastering the Art of Using Gunold KK Spray Glue Embroidering, a time-honored tradition, merges artistry with technique. In this blend of creativity and precision, Gunold KK glue emerges as a pivotal tool. Known for its remarkable temporary fixation properties, this adhesive is not just for embroidering but also excels in temporarily positioning zippers. Its efficacy lies in its delicate balance of strength and subtlety, making it a go-to choice for fabric artists and h

Expert Tips for Embroidering the One-Color Tribal White Tiger Design

Introduction: Creating a Stunning Embroidery Project with the One-Color Tribal White Tiger Design Embroidering the One-Color Tribal White Tiger design is a fantastic way to add a touch of flair and personality to your garments, accessories, or home décor items. To ensure that your embroidery project turns out beautifully, it's essential to choose the right materials and follow some crucial guidelines. In this article, we'll share expert tips on how to create a stunning embroidered piece fea

4 Easy Ways to Get Creative with Your Machine Embroidery Designs

Are you a machine embroidery enthusiast? Do you love creating beautiful designs and gifts for your loved ones? As a dedicated embroiderer, you know how much time and effort goes into each stitch-out. However, it can sometimes feel like you’re stuck in a repetitive process. If you’re looking for new ways to get creative with your machine embroidery, we’ve got you covered! Here are four easy-to-follow ideas to help you take your embroidery to the next level. Squirrel with hazelnut embroi

Trimming jump stitches in machine embroidery: why it's important

As a machine embroidery enthusiast, you know how important it is to have a clean and polished design. But did you know that trimming jump stitches can make a big difference in the final product? If you're not trimming your jump stitches as you go, you might be missing out on a simple technique that can take your embroidery to the next level. Why Trim Jump Stitches? Jump stitches occur when your embroidery machine needs to move from one area to another without stitching. In some designs

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Chenille Part 1

In the previous Introduction we covered some terminology, and some explanation of the different stitch types in this section we will look at the settings for those stitch types. Chenille General Tab Settings The General Tab for Lattice Chenille has a section called Before fill, Moss Fill and After fill. Section A Before the fill you can choose to have items a None, Chain, Moss depending on the design needs below shows the different items in the artwork, settings and

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Placement guide for embroideries

General Information When using the charts included in this document, the measurements are based on the following places to measure. (A) is the distance from the shoulder seem wear it meets the collar, down to the middle of the design. (B) is over from the center of the garment, if it has a zipper or buttons it should be measured from their.    All measurements are in imperial system ( inches ) Recommended standard designs for a left chest should be around 2.25 

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Embroidery on Towels

I seem to do quite a few towels for corporate sponsors and for gifts especially around Christmas time, I am a niche embroider, my specialization is jacket backs, carpets and specialty items. However towels can offer a extra opportunity for your customers.  When embroidering on towels I always use tearaway, whether I am sewing on golf or fishing towels, bath robes or bath towels. I also use topping on towels that have a high nap to them. If you sell towels in your store make them more attr

Needle guide

Knowing your Needles The needle: Itís a small innocuous component of every embroidery machine that tends to get overlooked, even ignored ñ until it breaks. Even then, the typical response is to change it out and keep going. Small, inexpensive, rather boring, but extremely critical to the embroidery process. Without a needle, stitches could not be formed. Knowing your needles are critical. Needles have various. Needle Application While most shops are guilty of this or just do

Introduction to Threads

There is a wide range of thread choices available to todayís embroiderer. However, unless time is taken to experiment with different choices, they may never get a chance to offer them to their customer. Most new embroiderers purchase a start up kit with their equipment that contains one type of thread. They start with and continue to use this same thread as if it is the only style available, without ever considering if there is a better alternative. As it turns out, there are several types and s

Advanced embroidery digitizing techniques

BORING TOOL NOTE: This chapter will be covering some advanced options for Tajima Maestro embroidery software users, however to the full benefit of this chapter you will the Boring tool, cording tool, for your machine. This tool can be used for decorative stitching, by placing holes in the garment and embroidering around them. You will need to check with your Distributor if your machine supports the hardware and get the option in your software, standard on Tajima Maestro optional on Illustra

Sequin Introduction

Sequins are easy to digitize with the newer software, once you understand the basic and rules for digitizing. In your Pulse machine embroidery software the tools will automatically lock the sequins, you can choose a variety of sizes and styles for spacing them. So you need the hardware for your machine, usually you can add it on after the fact, check with your distributor, for information. If you plan to punch using the manual sequin tool then you will need to know how to tie it off wh

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Securing your embroidery digitizing work

When machine embroidery digitizing or just doing text it very important that you understand trims and locks many times they go hand in hand as often if your applying a trim to a design, you should be applying a lock stitch. Depending on the type of garment the use and your personal preference you can choose to put locks around trim stitches. Definition Trims    A trims is when the machine cuts the thread before moving to another part of the design, this also can be done manually on old

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Embroidering on to Leather

Embroidering on leather is one of the most sought after applications by high end customers, including sports fans, corporations and more. In this blog we will give you tips and tricks on  how to work with leather to help familiarize your techniques. The problem with leather it comes it different thickness, and different cuts or skins, making your life a battle. Leather Thickness You will be asked to embroidery on different materials for different applications in the image below you wil

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Introduction to Chenille embroidery

What is Chenille machine embroidery? Chenille embroidery is textured embroidery that is created by forming loop stitches on the top side of the fabric being embroidered. Using wool, cotton, or acrylic yarns, it creates a unique texture that sets your embroidery apart from common, everyday embroidery designs. What do you need ? You will need a digitizing level of the software, the option for Chenille and a Chenille machine, contact your distributor for information on Chenille

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Underlay types

In this blog we will look at preparing the fabric for your designs, and understanding why you should use a particular type of underlay in building a foundation for the machine embroidery design. Underlay Types There are many names for the basic types of underlay in Pulse products you have several types, including Contour, Parallel , Perpendicular, Zig Zag, Lattice , Full Lattice and Center run.  Contour Underlay When no underlay is applied, the thread making up the satin

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Thread Thickness and Digitizing Techniques

When digitizing or adding a new thread type to your system, you can also input the desired thickness of that thread.  This helps when trying to determin the coverage of a fill on a large area. A bit of back ground the industry standard thread weight for most industrial shops is 40wt this has the best coverage on standard logos and works with a widest variety of applications. However there are specialty areas that can get better results when working with other areas. Small Diameter

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Three D of machine embroidery digitizing

In digitizing designs its important to understand the machine embroidery design characteristics, this helps if you have taken some time of art courses as it can prepare you to look at the design different. It also depends on the size, and quality of artwork you have to work with. In this blog we are going to look at the three "D" of digitizing, Depth Density and Dynamics. Whether a design comes from a line drawing, clipart or a photograph, you need to understand how to get the software to be abl

Machine embroidery stitch types and limitations

When your learning to digitize it is very important that you understand what the different stitch types and when they should be used. Depending on your level it will depend on what tools you have. Embroidery stitch types There are three main categories of stitches in your software these stitch types can take form in many different ways. The three stitch types includes the run style stitch, satin style stitch and the fill style stitch. Lets take a closer

Underlay for embroidery designs

In this blog we will look at preparing the fabric for your designs, and understanding why you should use a particular type of underlay in building a foundation for the design. Underlay Types There are many names for the basic types of underlay in Pulse products you have several types, including Contour, Parallel , Perpendicular, Zig Zag, Lattice , Full Lattice and Center run. Contour Underlay When no underlay is applied, the thread making up the satin column lays flat on
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