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Hats and caps are important headgear fashion accessory. They not only make us look stylish, but also save our hair from dust and UV rays. Headwear is known to be a successful advertising medium for a brand but its embroidery can drive anyone up the wall. Hat Embroidery digitizing is a challenging task, even the…
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Everyone loves birds and mean no harm to their nests either. These cute flyers can lift anyone's mood. Many among us have them as pets also. Unfortunately, the term Birdnesting in Embroidery world means catastrophe. Ask any professional embroiderer and if looks could kill you'd be dead already. Note: If you are into 'bird watching',…
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The concept about Push and Pull compensation is hard to grasp for the beginners in embroidery digitizing. People with knowledge about fabrics and their types can be fast learners. Unfortunately, for a majority of embroidery digitizers, learning fabrics has never been a part of their training. Many home sewers can distinguish between a knit fabric…
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To understand embroidery digitizing and its demand today, let us first take a sneak peek in history. Decorating fabric using a needle and thread is known as embroidery. We can validate it transpired centuries ago but was it still called embroidery? Guess we're too late to know now. Archeologists recently unearthed some fossilized heavily embroidered clothes…
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Does the outfit need an embroidered pattern in a patch or all over the dress? The fashion designer decides it and we've seen the positive impact it creates on customers. To remain ahead of the competition as an embroiderer it is impertinent to have the best vendors and embroidery digitising companies within earshot. Running an…
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Embroidery machines today have automation to create patterns on cloth of various kind while using a variety of threads. These machines are of different brands and so have a language of their own to read a digitized file. In order to communicate with them, digitizers need to convert JPG to EXP for embroidery or other machine…
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Embroidery is a fundamental fashion element. Today its importance is more than ever and it isn't restricted to the cottage industry anymore. The business is booming with some of the top industry brands associated with it. One does not need spending days with the needle and thread to manually craft a logo. Perfect machine embroidery…
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Learning how to digitize for embroidery requires time, dedication and patience. When acquiring a new skill, we all start from the bottom and move step by step upwards on the success ladder. The one who practices with dedication surely reaches the top and reaps great rewards. You have to keep your cool when learning something…
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Wilcom Hatch Embroidery Software is targeted at those who are brand new to embroidery or very experienced users who want to get really creative. Designed for the home/hobby market, it has quickly been adopted by many home businesses, those in the ‘prosumer’ space. Hatch pricing starts at $149 for the Basic level and goes up…
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Commercial Embroidery SOS: WHAT REASONS CAUSE THE 7 MOST COMMON ERRORS? When it comes to deal with commercial embroidery, it seems nature has used the incidences of blunders by a scoopful serving of Murphy’s, Sod’s and Finagles Laws of prediction that the most awful outcomes can only prevail at the worst of times!!! Using these…
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Ever since the advent of craftsmanship, the old wives’ tradition of sewing and weaving designs of embroidery still prevails today in the fashion world. Embroidery, unveiling volumes of élan, style, imparts an immaculate outlook to any piece of fabric, whether cheap priced or luxurious. A precisely digitized design is the foundation of the embroidery trade.The…
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If you are an embroiderer or a digitizer, the sound of free embroidery digitizing software can be pretty exciting. If you are reading this, chances are that you are already on the quest of finding one. Therefore, we will not keep you hooked for long and will quickly plunge into the various embroidery digitizing software…
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Digitizing stock embroidery designs is different from custom digitizing, as the former requires a more proactive thought process. As opposed to custom digitizing for embroidery designs, stock designs are digitized for a wide array of the end customers. Custom designs are digitized for a specific size and fabric. Apparently, what this means is that stock…
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Resizing already digitized embroidery designs is not a straightforward task like resizing an image file. Digitized designs represent stitches having particular characteristics. If the size of the design is altered, related stitch parameters have to be adjusted and aligned. Many a time, customers want same design on multiple products. Clearly, the same design size will…
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Before we jump on to the bigger question, that is how to convert JPG to PES, we will start from the very basics. Most readers will already be familiar with JPG or JPEG format. It is a common raster image format that we often come across. Raster images are images that are formed of pixels…
Experimenting with novel materials and techniques helps to keep designs fresh and creative in custom embroidery digitizing. Specialty threads are used by embroiderers to enhance aesthetics of even the most ordinary designs. Whether it's about adding a new dimension, adding bling or creating a special effect, specialty threads help us achieve these with minimal effort.…
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