Digitizing is transforming pre-existing artwork into an embroidery file, which can run on your embroidery machine, by applying stitches to that artwork in your embroidery software. In other words, embroidery digitizing is using software to create a series of commands which tell your embroidery machine how to stitch out a design.
Although this explanation is rather simple, I assure you that there is a lot more to embroidery digitizing than meets the eye. Embroidery digitizing is like painting with stitches, and just like painting, certain rules apply. Digitizing is all about the physical attributes of machine embroidery and learning how to use digitizing software to get the results you want. Choosing the appropriate stitch type & stitch directions is where the real learning curve is involved.
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by Melanie Shebel 3 years ago
How do I make a chain stitch in embroidery?What are the steps for making a chain stitch?
by Anna 8 years ago
Is it okay if you swallow a stitch after getting your wisdom tooth pulled?I had a wisdom tooth pulled (lower left) four days ago and I was told that today I can begin eating more hard food, slowly though. I had a light lunch and afterwards I felt that one of the stitches (they're NOT...
by Laura Schneider 5 years ago
Does anyone know how to do zardosi embroidery?Does anyone know how to do zardosi embroidery? (A type of Indian embroidery with very fine metal wire). Would you be willing to write a hub on how to do it?
by ugina 10 years ago
which is the best website to learn embroidery online?
by Hestia DeVoto 9 years ago
So, my old Singer is about to give up the ghost, and I've been looking at sewing machines.How fancy a sewing machine do you have? I don't think I need something that does a million, fancy pre-set stitches but then again, features like that are sort of tempting.If you had to chose between a...
by rashee sheriff 10 years ago
how to stitch chaniya choli can u pls giv me sme tips
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