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  1. I am just starting out with my pe770. Sometimes it works great and other times I have can’t figure it out. I’m working on a letter B now, it lays out the first set of stitches then comes back with a satin stitch but that satin stitch doesn’t completely cover the first lay out stitch. I’m not sure how to fix this. I’ve slowed the machine down and it was worse.
  2. Can someone please help me. I am using a newly digitized embroidery design, and it has sewed out perfectly for me about the first 5 times. All of a sudden there are problems with it. Have tried different hoops, backing, changed thread, bobbin thread, needle, everything.Then it sews again good 1 or 2 times, and back to the same old stuff. Am using the same exact shirts to sew this design on. Has anyone had this problem before?& Would appreciate any help. I have a Tajima TEHX-C1501.
  3. Hi, I like to buy my first machine and it's hard to know Wich one is my best choice. I saw in Alibaba the Chinese market and I can have a new machine for 3000.00 us plus shipping but I see when I surch a bit, the Chinese machine there quality and service is really poor, so I put that side in garbage. After I see a couple of company suppose to be good, Ricoma, Tajima, Happy, Fiesta and Buradan. The price of those are around 13 000.00 cdn plus taxes so around 15000 cdn with taxes. I live in Quebec, Canada so I don't know which one to take and think now is a lot of money and I'm not sure If I have to buy it because I'm not sure if I'll made enough money to pay the machine. What do you think? Wich machine is better and is it possible to made enough money to pay a machine like that?
  4. Hi everyone, just bought a fresh happy hcs 1201-30 embroidery machine I can find no help on initial setup, ie threading, I would welcome any help at all as its new to me, im have a small print business and looking to add embroidery to my services cheers Inky
  5. How to use a Ruffler foot Today, we’ll be working with a presser foot designed for the creation of the pleats, frills and ruffles. A little while ago I promised to show you what the Ruffler foot is capable of. At the first glance, the contraption seems a bit complicated. Several adjusters and guides allow you to gather fabric and simultaneously attach ruffles to the garment. Let’s see how it works. The Ruffler foot structure: A bifurcated arm (4) serves to synchronize the attachment with the needle bar. The clamp (5) is for quick attachment of the foot to the machine. Two screws and the adapter at the rear enable the foot to move up and down, and to the left and to the right of the needle bar. Adjusters: The depth screw (1) determines the amount of fabric pushed into the foot every time it tucks: from 1 to 8 mm. With the ruffle regulator (2), you determine how often a ruffle will appear: every 1, 6 or 12 stitches. Once set it to *, the attachment will create no ruffles at all. Fabric guide lines: Green line — for the main fabric, no ruffles. Red line — the ruffling blade. Lilac line — the fabric feed plate (also for braids, ribbons). You may place your fabric along any of the three guide lines, but only using the red one will give you ruffles. Stitch at a low or medium speed! Types of ruffles and pleats: Single or double pleat. To create one or the other, place one (or two, in the latter case) pieces of fabric to be ruffled, along the red guide line. Set the depth screw at 4 or higher. Set the Ruffle regulator to 6 or 12. How to ruffle fabric and attach it to the main fabric simultaneously Set the regulators to make single or double pleats. Insert the main fabric into the guide along the green guide line. You can create a twisted pleat, using a capronic or a satin band, or a specially prepared piece of fabric up to 7 cm wide. Set the stitch length at 2.5 mm. Set the depth screw at 1–3, and the ruffle regulator at 1. It’s also possible to ruffle fabric and simultaneously attach it to two flat fabrics, on the top and bottom. In order to do this, insert the main fabric with its right side facing up, into the foot along the green guide line, and the fabric to be pleated along the red line, with its right side also facing up. Along the lilac line, place the second piece of fabric, with its wrong side facing up. Use the prongs on the foot for the width of the seam allowance to be consistent. How to attach a pleat, folded in half, to the hem of the garment Finish your seam allowance with an overlocker. Mark the width of the seam allowance on the right side with a fabric marker. Place the main fabric along the green guide line, and the fabric to be ruffled along the red one. Adjust the regulators. Stitch to create the ruffles. Press down seam allowance to the wrong side and stitch along the edge. Joining the satin ribbon to the pleat Place the main fabric along the green guide line, and the fabric to be ruffled along the red one. Insert a narrow (up to 5 mm) satin ribbon into the foot, using the prong. Stitch. These are just the highlights of what the Ruffler is capable of. Play around with it, creating your own variants. Read what you can do with the Ruffler foot: Original text by Yelena Kraftwork
  6. Hello! I recently purchased a Brother SE600 embroidery machine and am having issues with actually embroidering. I think I do not have the correct supplies, and need some guidance. I have 75/11 and 90/14 needles, 40W thread, using sketch paper as a stabilizer, and primarily want to embroider on jersey. Do I have the correct supplies? Everytime I attempt to embroider, thread is bunching together in the bobbin case and the machine says to rethread the upper threads. Please help! I want to get embroidering. JOe
  7. Hello, Hopefully someone can help me on here. I have a Tajima TMAR-K 1508C. Recently I been seeing that the machine shakes a lot when its stitching at certain angles and causes the needle to break at times. Does anyone know why this could be happening? It doesn't shake as much when I change to the hat attachment and run hats. Thanks!
  8. A question we have been asked many a times on our blog and via our audience. However, we were keen to poll the community and find out exactly which brand you find the best, what better place to do it than here. Please vote on your best embroidery machine and we will update the results to our recent guide to share with our embroidery fanatics! Happy Voting!
  9. Nature is always the best painter: it can choose the brightest colors, the most beautiful forms and the most spectacular combinations. So if you want to follow it y may just use the nature ornaments such as flowers. This Blue Flower free embroidery design is based on the nice combination of colors: blue and golden is classical pair in many cultures. But certainly you can choose your own combination to express your style.
  10. This is very interesting photo that open intermediate stage of work on original embroidery sample. Author chose American military boot embroidery design for this work piece. It is really good choice for decoration of jeans that also was born in America. Main elements of this embroidery are already finished. But it is steel needed to execute laces and some other little details.
  11. When I purchased these 5 fairy PES files I did not notice that they were too large for my embroidery machine. Is there any way you can make them smaller? I need them 5X7. I cannot use these files.
  12. Okay I just purchased your hot wheel embroidery design for my 4 x 4 embroidery hoop. I am assuming that this design will fit it. I did purchase already and need this NOW. I have an order that I have to fill. Please help because I cannot send this to my machine. Thanks
  13. If you want to engage in embroidery on a professional level, you should buy a reliable embroidery equipment with manifold possibilities that won't fail at the most crucial moment. Melco Bravo is a highly efficient 16-needle embroidery machine designed for amateur embroiderers turned professionals. A distinguishing feature of this machine is that it provides maximum efficiency for it's price. Melco Bravo allows you to embroider high quality designs on garments, hats, bags and large variety of textile products. Thanks to a smaller lower cylinder arm you can embroider on a wider variety of products while maintaining high speed. Acti-Feed™, the patent system of active thread supply automatically adjust the thread tension and provides smooth working process without any thread breakage. BRAVO OS, the embroidery machine operational system, controls the thread tension and it's supply by providing a portion of thread needed and basing thread-tensioning upon three separate parameters for every thread regulated by piezotransducer. The better-quality embroidery is made on high speeds because of the lesser thread breakage. The system also allows you to embroider on some types of fabric without the use of the underlay. Melco Bravo is an embroidery machine with manifold possibilities for doing business. The small diameter cylinder arm allows you to embroider on various products, including the areas hard to embroider and also wider designs on caps. Cylinder hoops allow you to embroider on smaller areas, such as pockets and shirtsleeves, and also children's garments. The use of laser positioning mechanism will enable you to position you design properly. Download Melco Bravo brochure Melco Bravo comes with DesignShop Lite, a professional embroidery design editor. DesignShop Lite allows you to scale, mirror and rotate a design, edit Embroidery is always in trend. Embroider with Bravo!
  14. Has anyone experience their Brother Innovis V3 missing stitches? I have designed my piece using eh PE11 Design software. The piece contains lots of words in different fonts and on at least two occasions now it has missed the stitches. How do I go back and finish these missed stitches? I'm new to machine embroidery so any help / advice will be gratefully received!
  15. Who else loves their Janome computerized Embroidery Machine ?
  16. Hi there guys.! I've been using brother SE400 to do embroidery for quite some time and I am now looking to upgrade to a better machine, any suggestions ?
  17. Hi all! Hoping for help. I’m doing a cap. Six letters offset to the left side on the cap. The beginning of the word is 1/8” lower than the last letter. It’s sewing uphill. How do I get the last letter flush with the first?
  18. Not for nothing black color is called universal. The black color you can combine with all other colors. Charming bright owl, embroidered on a black background, confirms this. Find this design Owl in color free embroidery design
  19. Hello ladies and gentlemen. I am new to machine embroidery (I do not even have a machine yet) I am buying a Brother PE-770. I have to buy a computer, since all I have right now is a Chromebook. Can anyone tell me the minimum requirements I should look for in my new computer? What operating system and would it be better to have a laptop of a desktop? My computer budget is $450. Thank you in advance for your help.
  20. Hello everyone, I am having issues stitching a simple box running-stitch on my Brother Innov-is NV800. Some parts of the stitching on the box look perfect, some look as if there is a problem with the tension. And I just don't understand why. It appears as if the tension "changes" every time the needle goes around the corner. MY FIRST EXAMPLE Stitching starts in top-left corner. Starts good, then stitching turns ugly as direction changes, only to finish sewing the final vertical stitch fine. I digitized this with Ink/Stitch. MY SECOND EXAMPLE I digitized this with PE-Design 7. Stitching starts botom center. Right away, the stitching looks bad, arter turning corners it's good again, only to finish bad again. MY THIRD EXAMPLE Simple lines stitched in one direction. Each line is perfect. What's going on here? A pattern I see, in both box-examples, the right-vertical and bottom-horizontal lines look bad. -Both boxes were digitized in different programs. -I use an 80/12 Topstitch needle -Thread is Rayon size 40 Everyones assistance here is really appreciated
  21. Video fragment. Sewing process in Happy HCH 701 embroidery machine. Design available here Teddy bear with toy horse machine embroidery design
  22. Hi, I'm looking to buy an embroidery machine to expand my business but i'm really struggling to decide which one to buy. My budget is around £1k and i'm currently looking at the Brother Innov-is F440E and the Singer EM200. I've noticed the Singer comes with plenty of information online but the Brother seems to be lacking information. However i've found most people recommend Brother over Singer but i would appreciate help by the experts out there. Mainly I want to be able to import my own designs from illustrator, so having the software is crucial. Does anyone recommend one particular one that is easier to use? Any recommendations and advice would be really appreciated. Many thanks!
  23. Hi all, I am new to this community. I have a problem with my Brother PR620 with the thread take up lever getting stuck in a downward position, a whining sound and a motor lock message. Has anyone come across this problem before? Is there a simple solution or do I have to send my machine to a service centre? I am based in the Seychelles and the nearest service centre is in the UAE or South Africa. I have uploaded a video. If anyone could help I would be very grateful. Jude Bijoux, Golden Threads Embroidery, Seychelles. 20181217_135623.mp4
  24. Hello.. I have problem with my Brother PR620. When machine uses thread on position n. 6 it stops after few stiches. It says check upper or bottom thread. But everything is ok with threads. What else could be wrong? Anyone?
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