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  1. We post in topic football club and any sport logotypes which we digitized as customer service. You can ask this another size, format. Haukar is an Icelandic athletic club
  2. hi every one...first of all, sorry for my bad english...i'am new in the field of embroidery and digitizing...and i don't have any knowledge nor experience in how to make good designs. i work with wilcom E2. so my problem is... what's the name of this technique ( will put a video later) ? and how can i do the same work ? does autodigitizers do this thecnique ?! thanks for helping.
  3. I am just a novice, so sorry for this stupid question.. Is there any way to convert DST file into EMB format? without loosing any object properties and stitch information
  4. Could you please create the attached celestial design for me in PES. I only need the tiger outline in satin stitch with the eyes filled in. Please let me know how much it will cost and I’ll send payment. Thank you
  5. I am looking for the split paw, to add name to sweatshirt. The one in the Paw Patrol sweatshirt is perfect. Where can I find this? PPK
  6. New screenshot with Princess design from Princess embroidery library

    © Denisov Embroidery Studio

  7. Animation film about Ninja turtles is still one of most popular all over world. If your child is also fan of this well known cartoon he or she will definitely like Raphael attacks embroidery design. This picture shows famous character in jumping. It holds sharp blade in each paw. This picture is used for decoration of bright bathrobe. Author Janine Stewart (Australia)
  8. Forest princess embrodiery collection now in work... Design available here Scared Tinkerbell embroidery design

    © Denisov Embroidery Studio

  9. Im using Pulse 14. How do I create multi layer embroidery for stock fonts. I have two examples attached. The #71 is incorrect and the #90 is correct. I want the #71 to look like the #90 .dst file wise. How do I do that? Please help, thank you.
  10. Hello guys. My name is MJ and I am completely new to the embroidery / digitizing scene. I am 24 years old having recently graduated school. Unfortunately I decided to go down a different career path. I want to learn to digitize but am overwhelmed by the helplessness of where to begin. I have NEVER worked with embroidery or embroidery machines before. I am one who takes heavy interest in design and I do have appreciation for embroidery. I just do not know where to begin. Communities from Reddit told me to find work at an embroidery shop and learn some basic knowledge about embroidery and only then should I start to learn the digitizing software. Do you guys agree? I am already looking for work at embroidery shops but it is hard because I do not have any experience and many do not have time to train. What would you guys do if you were in my shoes? COMPLETELY NEW to embroidery/digitizing and wanting to learn... Thank you so much.
  11. Version Any formats: dst, exp, p

    979 downloads

    Size: 7.76 x 10.41'
  12. I've a Ricoma machine and I can't sew out my design... can any one help me in giving me a sew out of a 3D Puff Design....? I can't find someone who can help me.... I've the .dst file of that.... whenever I'm running this file on it but I cannot get a good sew out.. I just want to know that if this file is running good on the other machine...
  13. Author (design) Ludmila Rebrina Author: (embroidery) Kathleen Neuland
  14. I would like to thank Irina for her article on stitch length. I am new to digitizing and was having trouble visualizing what I was doing. I have sewn out 36 1 inch squares of fill and columns so I can see what I am doing.
  15. How hair of animals and feathers of birds machine embroidery designs is imitated in editors of embroidery so that they looked nationalistically? In fact, there are 2 ways with which it’s possible to go in attempts to reach the necessary result: 1. To create all objects manually, using traditional methods of a digitizing. 2. To use the automatic effects, similar "Fur" which allow, from the point of view of developers, quickly and effectively to make that becomes hands. Opportunity to apply this effect is far not in all embroidery software editors. It is in Tajima DGML by Pulse of 14 versions and in my Stitch Era Liberty Plus. I am more while anywhere anything similar didn't meet. But I after all not saw everything the editor so, quite probably, somewhere else such "the fast button" too exists. But before using automatic opportunities, I believe that it is worth paying close attention and to deal with how wool is created in manually mode. And to start something doing in the computer, in my opinion, it is necessary from far away, having addressed to bases – to hand embroidery. It’s lower than two most excellent examples of hand embroidery from the book A-Z of Thread Painting: And it already diagrams to them with division into sections and the ornamented direction of a stitch which correspond to the real direction of growth of wool and feathers: A method which authors of this book suggest to use is the most traditional - a combination of a long and short stitch with careful selection of mixed thread colors: Something similar at manually input of contours also is required to be repeated in the machine embroidery editor . Only it will be necessary to be played a little more with settings of parameters – density, stitch length, and also to apply still some effects which will help to mix up to colors of an embroidery, type of fragmentary edge (jagged edge) or will help to set the direction of natural growth of wool – tatami filling on the 1st or 2nd curves. That’s, in the course of digitizing it will be necessary to try to create something similar: Process of creation of such objects is simple and quite realize in any of editors of machine embroidery, after all its creation requires only a standard tool kit: sateen (satin stitch), tatami, simple stitch. It will be long and dreary process. But, it for 100% pays off that all parameters can be supervised thus: both density of layers, and stitch lengths (that is the extremely important for high-quality mixing of colors of threads), and a form of edge of object, and degree of its roughness, and the sizes of elements and the directions of stitches in them. That you won't tell about automatic methods about which I will tell later.
  16. Hi there, Can you please tell me if you do any of the Australian AFL football logos. My great aunt really wants the \'Hawks\' logo which is a hawks head in an inverted triangle shape and the name HAWKS on the top (you can google it) on some towels and I am struggling to find the embroidery. Can you help? Thanks,
  17. Hi all. I am new to digitizing and am using the Janome Digitizer V5. I am wanting to make a stuffed soft toy. I have created my design using the Applique tool. This has worked fine. However I need to created a space in the final stitch out so I can stuff the toy. The final stitchout object appears to be an open shape but I cant break the line to make a space. I have set the stitches to sculpture stitch. Any help/advise would be greatly appreciated. Sandy
  18. Hi Everyone, I am looking for affordable software that will allow me to Digitize Running Stitches from designs I make in Adobe Illustrator. I did a litle bit of testing in Embrilliance StitchArtist, however a price tag of approx $500 USD turned me off. I read some threads here about cheaper software, but I wanted to hear your experienced perspective before I go ahead and download 10 Trials of every different software. All I will ever do are Running Stitches. I just want them to look pretty and have the ability to edit them. Best would be if I could convert existing images/vector files into stitches. Thanks
  19. Hi, I have created a design in Illustrator using vector lines. There are 200 of them designed in a specific order. When I 'Get from Application' in Embroidery Office 15, they appear in the correct order. But when I use the 'Art To Stitch' I lose the order. I can't see anything that I need to click to keep the order according to the order of the vector list. Anyone have the solution to this? Thanks, GM
  20. Machine embroidery design management When you enter into the embroidery business you will soon learn individual ways to track and organize your embroidery designs, some people use a specialty program, a filing systems on your computer, a database and other. Today we are going to take a look at organizing your designs with Librarian. This tool has been around for a while, while it has some limitations its a great tool for searching for designs. What is Librarian Librarian is a single user database that has been built into Tajima DGML by Pulse since version 11, the main structure of the database has not changed much over the years. This database allows you to store your PXF or a wide range of other stitch files. This database allows you to enter in information about the embroidery designs from vendor, special notes, it also keeps track of size, colors and more. You can search by a wide range of topics and or view the designs by image. It depends on how much type you want to spend setting it up. Where is librarian , it can be found at the top of your screen and is available on a wide range of levels.. This tool is one of the most ignored tools in your software, when I worked with Tajima Pulse most customers did not know that it existed or what it could do for them, not to mention that it also comes with the option of a 1000 machine embroidery designs to start up with. While the designs are free its up to you to add them if you want them. When opening your software for the first time and you open librarian it will prompt you to choose a BLANK Database or PREMIUM Database, If you choose blank it will not show you any designs until you add them , if you choose premium database it will give you 1000 machine embroidery designs. Menu Options If you click on the Librarian tab at the top of your screen you will get a menu similar to the one I have illustrated below. Open Design This allows you to visually view the embroidery designs in your database. Search This allows you to search by various fields if entered Save Design Manual way to add machine embroidery designs from your workspace to librarian Save Design as Same as above but allows you to make a different version of another design. Groups You can store embroidery designs in groups to catalog the embroidery designs easier Favorites Allows you to set embroidery designs up as favorites for quick reference Database info Path to the database for backing up and seeing how large your database is Import A option for mass loading your designs, however it doesn't enter any additional data Rebuild icons Sometimes the database will loose some image files, this option rebuilds the image files. Multiusers This is only available to users that purchased the items. Setting Librarian UP Prior to setting up your librarian for the first time you will need to make sure you have permission to allow your system to right to restricted areas of your computer. Librarian needs permission from your windows to access this area. Contact your local distributor for help with this if needed. Opening Designs When you click on the Open option in Librarian menu you will get the following screen . This screen is a bit confusing for some while it may seem like you can choose the various options, you need to setup your librarian to use these features, the easiest method for this window is leaving everything as default and clicking open., There one option you may want to look at the datatype, this will also depending on what file types you have in your database. The types included all embroidery files, stitch designs like DST, PSF and home embroidery formats, Outline files like PXF, POF, chenille embroidery designs and outline chenille designs. Stitch Files Stitch files do not retain the color information in embroidery designs, and have limitation on sizing and editing Outline Files These are the best files to save to librarian as they save all the editing information, and color info of designs, just like saving them to your system Chenille files are only available if you have a chenille embroidery machine. When you click open it will show your digitized embroidery designs in your window, depending on how large your window is will depend on how many designs it shows, also dependent on how many designs you have in the database as well. Opening a embroidery design To open a machine embroidery design you can just double click it and it will open up in Tajima DGML or you can right click to get more options, The main option you likely to use is the properties tab, but you can play around with the other options as well. GENERAL TAB This tab will tell you basic info about the design, including when it was made, name of the file, Design TAB This tab will show you information about the design including, Designer ID, Customer, Design dimension, stitch count, number of colors, number of trims etc. User Tags Optional, I have used these tabs to hold customer information, you can also add notes or special instructions to the file as well Color Information This tab will show you the color information of PXF and PSF and POF files but not dst files Attachments Optional, I use this if I store a customer logo , I attach the original artwork to the database file Groups Optional, you can add (1) embroidery design to several different groups. Dog design can be added to a Dog group or an animal group. Mass Load This option is listed as Import , but its basically a option of loading multiple designs at one time. This is a very taxing process for the computer as it has to generate alot of information for your files, You should do this when you do not need the machine for any other embroidery digitizing software task. To use this option click the file types you want to add, choose the location where the embroidery designs are and click next and it will begin uploading you may also get a note that your embroidery program is not responding, ignore this and come back later. When its done your screen will go back to the original window, Now you can go back into Librarian and see the machine embroidery designs you have added, Now if you the import option you will need to add other details to each file if you want to know the vendor etc. Searching Embroidery Designs If you mass load , you will not be able to search all the fields, unless you edit each file. when you search for a machine embroidery design you can search by the following criteria General Tab Design ID Optional , this needs to be manually added Customer Optional , this needs to be manually added Description Optional , this needs to be manually added General Key Optional, but rarely used Status Default is Production Designs Tab Designer ID Optional , needs to be added Customer Optional , needs to be added Desing Dimensions Size of the design Atributes Stitch Count, colors, trims, jobs etc,. There are some other tabs but blank by default If you want the information to be all added its best to add designs as you use them , or several a day in your free time.
  21. Hi there! We are looking for a company logo in digitized format, probably in PES file. Can anyone help me to guide for right company for it.
  22. Hello In this topic published information and picture with embroidery logotypes created as customer digitizing. If you want this logo please send request as Contact us form.
  23. Hi all! I'm a beginner, literally just purchased my first machine (Brother PE-770). I am literally wanting to hear about all of the ins and outs and secrets that you're willing to give! I will probably mainly use the machine for monograms and such for myself, daughter, and other family members until I get used to it to be able to start an in-home business. Where do you find monograms to use? And how to create them as well? Every tutorial I see just starts with the design/monogram already being on the flash drive. Again, ANY information would be great. Thanks everybody in advance!
  24. Hi, We are new in the embroidery business and we need a logo digitized. We want the embroidery pattern to be 70mm. We use a Melco Amaya xts and the file formats we have used is DST. Can you give us a price quote please? I read with great interest what you have written about digitizing software. When you mention professional software, you didn't mention design shop pro....which would be our natural upgrade.... don't you consider it to be as good? Thank you
  25. Version 2.3.6 Trial

    415 downloads

    The free trail version of EmbroideryWare lets you use all the features of the program for 30 days. After 30 days DST output is disabled. After your trial period is over you can continue to create embroidery designs and save them. Then when you do purchase you will already have something to stitch out. EmbroideryWare runs on Windows 7, 8, and 10. Windows XP is not supported. This version has the following features Free Updates for one year Running stitches Single Double Triple/Bean Quad Fills Custom fill patterns Definable fill direction and order Combine or subtract graphic objects to create complicated fill areas Gradient fills Automatic fill ordering Satin stitches Fixed width Tapered Variable along its length Linear and curved columns Satin feathering Satin patterning using fill patterns Satin edge shapes Free motion embroidery Fixed stitch length By time straight stitch By time Zig zag Advanced editing Scale, rotate, translate, align curves or points. Offset curves Add or delete curve elements Join or break apart curves Precise dimension based nudging Arrow key nudge Embedded objects within the graphic Underlay Start path End path Embroidery objects Embed an entire embroidery design in a graphic object Link the object to a file on your system and any objects referring to this link will update automatically Resize, rotate, and move the object and all the design elements in the embedded design will update automatically Import SVG PES PNG, BMP, and JPEG bitmaps to use for digitizing Export DST SVG (future release) Decorative stitches Chain stitch Hand stitch User created, can follow any path Text Convert true type fonts to running stitches, fills and satin outlines Digitized keyboard lettering which can be scaled and follow any path Patterning Linear Circular Cut work 2 needle 4 needle Hoop sizes 360×350, 360×200, 260×200, 260×150, 120×120 mm 5×7, 4×4, 2×2 inches Custom Definable jump anchors Thumbnail view of embroidery objects Stitch simulator with 3D rendering mode Drawing aides Rulers Stitch length marker mm, cm, inch units Grid snaps Usability features Keyboard short cuts Status bar step by step instructions
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