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eagledigitizing (eagledigitizing) wrote,
@ 2012-02-28 10:42:00
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    Simply pushing the "transfer" button won't work
    Embroidery digitizing is not necessarily easy, however. It is actually a rather complex process. For starters, it uses three different types of stitches: running, satin, and fill. These three types of stitches help ensure that the design is transferred from print to picture in the smoothest fashion possible. Transferring a picture to a format a sewing machine can read and duplicate is the hardest part, however. business signs

    Simply pushing the "transfer" button won't work. Most pictures and images weren't made to be in an embroidered form. Once the transfer is made, someone has to manually change colors, shapes, lines, and many other things to make the design more accessible to the sewing machine. The process of transferring print image to and embroidery pattern can be an exciting challenge for those who are up to it. It takes years to master this skill, but it is a skill worth having because it is immensely satisfying to create a beautiful work of art, and embroidery is one of the underestimated forms of art. vector artwork

    When it comes to buying embroidery digitizing, several factors contribute to the actual price. Most people assume that the stitch-count is the most important factor; however, this is not true. The most important factor is in fact the complexity of the pattern. As all by-hand embroiders know, stitching a large shape may take more stitches than the intricate details do, but the large shapes are infinitely easier to complete than the intricate details. The same applies to digitized embroidery. The simpler the picture, the easier it will be to digitized the pattern. embroidery digitizing

    Not all images can be transferred to an embroidery pattern though. Embroidery is quite a different form of art than most people are used to, which means that it requires very different types of artwork. An accomplished embroidery digitizer may be able to convert almost anything into an embroidery design, but some images are better left in print. For some images, it may just be easier to simply create a design from scratch that is based on the picture, rather than going through the process of converting the picture directly. embroidery designs

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