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In this blog we are going to introduce you to the basic digitizing tools, where they can be used and options you may have for the different tools depending on your level. Enhanced Column Tool This embroidery digitizing tool is very similar to the Satin tool except it the main difference between this tool is you place the angle lines by your nodes, where as a satin tool you choose where you want your angle lines. I first learned to digitize using this embroidery tool. This has the same range as a Satin Stitch .03 to .42 inch. See example on how to use below. Uses; borders, sha
In the embroidery industry digitizing for caps is unique, you should plan your designs to sew out from the center, a cap embroidery design will also work on left chest with out any issues but not usually the same way around. Here are the standard rules that would apply to the machine embroidery design: Sew from center out. Sew from bottom up. Sew each element completely. Lets take a look at the image and go through the process for digitizing this design for caps. 1. On the artwork draw a reference line in the center 2. In a new doc