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eagledigitizing (eagledigitizing) wrote,
@ 2012-02-28 10:41:00
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    some images transfer over more easily than others
    Each image converted into a pattern must be tweaked and perfected by an embroidery professional. Simply pushing the "convert" button is not enough to create a good design, or at least one that will be visually pleasing. It can take years for a person to get really good at doing this, but it is satisfying work. business signs

    However, some images transfer over more easily than others. The simpler, basic images will need very little tweaking once they are transferred; however, most people have a liking for the complex, intricate, stunningly beautiful designs. These images are the ones that require the work of a seasoned professional. Some images simply aren't transferable, and some will look very different from the original however. If an image is too hard to transfer over and tweak, designers may choose to make a whole new design from scratch based on the image provided. Most images are conducive to digitized embroidery, but this technology isn't perfect yet. vector artwork

    Digitized embroidery is surprisingly inexpensive, especially for something that can be so delightfully valuable. For those who are interested in investing in their very own embroidered art, they must realize that it is the complexity of the design, not the amount of stitches, that determines the price of the piece. Many are surprised to find out that large pieces sometimes cost less than small pieces. embroidery digitizing

    All of those old-fashioned stitchers out there understand that a pattern with large shapes and big blocks of colors take much less time and effort to complete than the patterns filled with minute details and a large variety of colors. When it comes to embroidery of any kind, time is money. embroidery designs



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