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A color table is a graphic file where the order of changing threads is indicated with an exact indication of the color number (for a specific palette) Example: Palette Robison Anton Color 1 2097 Color 2 2324 To embroider a machine embroidery design correctly, as the digitizer intended, you need to have an original color chart. Sometimes, when loading a machine embroidery design, a user cannot find this table. Each design is accompanied by a file in JPG or PDF format. We explain in detail how to do this in our detailed video instruction. If you find errors or you have ad
Additional color tables for design Bright birdie embroidery design
Original text by Marina Belova I wonder if anyone will ever argue that blending thread colors in machine embroidery is slightly different from blending printing colors or paints? But then again, even in painting, there have long been attempts to prove I.Newton’s classic theory of colors wrong. For those who are interested, there’s a book by Michael Wilcox called Blue and Yellow Don’t Make Green – go and read it. But let’s get back to the topic. All guides, books, and other information materials on color formation in machine embroidery are nevertheless based on Newton’s classic color