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  1. Celebrate the art of dance and movement with the Dancer Free Embroidery Design Mobile Cover. This eye-catching design is perfect for dance enthusiasts or anyone who appreciates the beauty of dance. Add a touch of elegance and style to your mobile device while showcasing your love for this expressive art form. Author: Lynnea Perry Bennett‎ Protect Your Device in Style The Dancer Free Embroidery Design Mobile Cover not only looks great, but also offers protection for your mobile device. Made with quality materials and attention to detail, this mobile cover ensures your device remains safe from scratches, dust, and everyday wear and tear. Showcase your passion for dance while keeping your mobile device in pristine condition. Unique and Personalized Look Set your mobile device apart from the rest with the Dancer Free Embroidery Design Mobile Cover. This unique design adds a personalized touch to your device, allowing you to express your passion for dance and movement. Stand out from the crowd and make a statement with this beautiful and captivating design. Perfect Gift for Dance Lovers Are you looking for a thoughtful and one-of-a-kind gift for a dancer or dance enthusiast in your life? The Dancer Free Embroidery Design Mobile Cover is an ideal choice. This stylish and functional mobile cover is sure to impress and delight any dance lover, making it a perfect gift for birthdays, anniversaries, or any special occasion. Easy to Download and Create The Dancer Free Embroidery Design is available in various formats, ensuring compatibility with most embroidery machines. The easy-to-download design ensures you can start creating your unique mobile cover as soon as possible. Step into the spotlight and add a touch of elegance to your mobile device with the Dancer Free Embroidery Design Mobile Cover. Perfect for personal use or as a thoughtful gift, this design is sure to impress. Download it today and start creating a unique and stylish mobile cover that showcases your love for dance!
  2. 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 able to recreate the density, depth and dynamics of the design. This is not an easy task as you really need to know some settings in your software. Lets take a look at a design and how it was made. Original image and design information This deer embroidery design has depth with the trees fence and grass all in the back ground. it has various densities to create the illusion of blends, and the dynamic of texturs. We will take you through each layer of the design and show you how they made this design. Stitch count 41192 Design trims 44 Color changes 14 colors height 5.99 in design width 4.60 in Note: 14 of the 44 trims are from a color change, so technically there are only 30 trims in the whole design.. So you need to break it down and separate sections to get the design proportions correct. Layer 1 background Background of the embroidery design Because this is a background layer the density of the design is a bit less than it would be if it was on top of another color. ( 36.3 spi using a random fill pattern. Notice that the selections are all connected so there are no trims in this section this speeds up the sewout and reduces the amount of simulated thread breaks. Layer 2 high light of trees Note: The fence post sits over will make the design over top of this, this detail stand out and be correct to the image. The detail or dynamic of this layer is to add some detail to the trees, this needs to be behind the deer. To ge the blending effect you should use a fill, Random pattern density of 30 to 38 spi and it should all be connected by run stitches. Layer 3 detail of trees This layer will give you a dynamic look and feel to the background as it will have some texture to it, it also covers up and blends the background of the first layer. Layer 4 and 5 grass and fence This layer goes slightly over top of parts of the back ground but slightly behind the deer. To ge the blend effect you need to layer a few density of the complex fill is between 35-44 spi using a random pattern. Layer 5 detail of grass and poles. This layer is composed of satin and run stitches to simulate the detail, the shade is slightly different than the grass aboe. Layer 6 chest background The fence wires need to go over the grass so they do not disappear in the stitches. This is the background layer of the deer body its a std complex fill density of 63.5 with a random fill pattern. Layer 7 and 8 depth and dynamic of the chest. Layer 7 This layer is made up of light fills, and a run stitches playing with the density and random pattern. no trims in the design. Embroidery design layer 7 light fill Layer 8 This layer has a complex fill at 50 spi and in the middle a run stitch to add detail to the previous fill. Layer 9 and 10 chest highlights and antlers Layer 9 This layer adds some contrast and depth to fills giving it some blending effect. The antlers sit on top of the back ground making them stand out, they are made using a satin stitch with a density of 52 spi. Not to scale. The fill is made using the random pattern, with a density of 50 spi no its all connected by travelling stitches. Layer 11 high light of antlers. The white layer is made up of satin and run stitches the satin density layers the grey shown last image, creating detail , density is 31 spi. Layer 12 detail of antlers. This layer is made up of runs and satin stitches and some stitches and the density varies and stitch type also e-stitch was used as a pattern to create an effect. Layer 13 high lights in deer head This last layer ads the final detail of the eyes and nose and hears to high light portiosn. Comparison from the original image to the sew out of the design. The image on the left is the original image supplied and on the right the sew out.
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