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  1. Introduction to Embroidery Blending Colors. In this blog we will introduce you to some terminology the you will need to understand to make blends possible. We will also explain the different methods for creating blends in your embroidery software. Terminology Density The density is a value of how close the stitches are to one another, there are few ways to measure it depending on the units you use. The three units are Stitches Per Inch (spi) Points (pts) Millimeters (mm) the standard is listed below. Standard density is 63.5 spi = 4 pts = .4 mm Absolute Density Is simila
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  2. Planning the logo is a vital cycle since you simply need to take care of business! You would prefer not to hazard your organization's deals by committing basic errors during the logo configuration measure. For organizations, time is cash. In this regard, they can exploit benefits that can help make their modified logo structure inside 5 minutes. Keep It Simple The logo's plan depends significantly on the textual style and shape decision. Both should be basic. It's the reason you can undoubtedly perceive brands like McDonald's and Apple just by the logos. McDonald's and Apple Log
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  3. i have a brother SE600 and just cannot seem to get purchased fonts into my machine. I purchase, download, unzip, copy the PES file to my flash drive then when i insert into machine it displays folders (side, middle letters) but cannot view any letters or open the folders. I have used all the monogram fonts that came on my machine and want a fancier monogram for granddaughter. Hope someone can tell me what I am doing wrong!
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  4. The present focused market calls for imaginative ways to deal with advancement of custom embroidery services. From imaginative introductions to simple to-explore online web stores to stunning IT administration frameworks, we give our clients the ability to broaden their corporate marking activities and surpass their showcasing objectives. Also, our far reaching request preparing and satisfaction administrations enable them to stay concentrated on their center business while our turnkey operation deals with the difficulties of the advancements and satisfaction business. Considering your al
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  5. When learning to digitize half the battle is knowing how to use the tools and what tools to use to get a desired look. Whether you have a basic digitizing level or the highest level possible if you do not know how to use the different tools you are no further ahead. In this blog we look at using the basic tools, including the RUN tool, satin tool and fill tool. I consider these the most simple of design as your only using one tool. When you get a grasp for this tool then you can start adding additional types of strokes .. If you have a some punching tools usually you will h
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  6. Original text by: Katya Ebber Your hoop is not one-size-fits-all. You become acutely aware of it when you need to embroider lace ribbons or edgings. This master-class will tell you how to align machine embroidery designs with lace so that the joining places could not be seen. This master-class shows working in the embroidery design software (creation of the alignment crosses), and also the embroidery process. Preparing the design in Embird Load a chosen machine embroidery design into Embird. Add the alignment stitches and half stitches at the top and the bottom of the design.
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  7. This step by step instruction for free machine embroidery design Hardanger is based exactly on the same principle as cutwork. Hoop the fabric together with the water-soluble stabilizer. With the first color, you embroider the outline to mark the area where the holes will be cut. After that, without making a stop (to avoid extra knots), add a zigzag stitch on top of the outline. Having done that, take the hoop off the machine and cut holes in the outlined area, trying not to damage the stabilizer (Image 1). Second color – a laced net is added in place of the cutou
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  8. Original text by: Marina Belova One would think that evaluating of tension of the thread is such an old chestnut. But no, last week it came as a revelation to me. It is strange that such an essential information is practically non-existent on the internet, whereas manuals only contain the instructions on how to do the most basic things. And it is such a shame, really. So, everybody knows (including me) that after the embroidery has been completed, the backside of a perfect satin-stitch column should look like this: 1/3+1/3+1/3 (upper + under + upper). If the column is divided differ
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