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String Stitch

Texture with String Stitch

April 1, 2021

String Stitch for Easter Now is the time to experiment with textural stitch type. See what you can create with this uniquely traditional Indian stitch, called Paghadi Stitch.  The series of overlapping ‘curved stitches’ quickly create depth and movement in any design. How could you use String Stitch in your digitizing? String Stitch or ‘Paghadi’ […]

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Reef Photo Stitch - Cherry Blossom

Layer with Reef Photo Stitch

March 15, 2021

Paint with embroidery layers using Reef Photo Stitch Bring a logo or digitizing to life with layers of tonal thread colors. To produce this unique design, we use an image rather than a photo. We incorporate layers of varying shades, and the end result is like an embroidery painting. If you recall, the Reef Photo […]

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Working with Color

Working with Colorways

March 9, 2021

Working with Color in EmbroideryStudio To ensure customers get the correct colors embroidered every time they order. It’s important the digitizer records the different color options. It could be PMS colors for the corporate logos or different color combinations to match the garment colors.  This is used in the approval process, and ensures consistency in future orders. […]

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Wilcom’s Social Distancing Production Solution

January 31, 2021

Wilcom’s Social Distancing Production Solution for your Workplace Safe efficient work processes In today’s world, keeping your staff safe is a priority, and Wilcom’s wireless embroidery solution is perfect for maintaining your social distancing protocols. This package is full of functional features and includes many Wilcom favorites, including the library of 226 professionally digitized embroidered […]

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Embroidery Design Editing Techniques

Design Editing Techniques

December 14, 2020

Frequently used tools & techniques in digitizing Whether a newbie or you feel like a refresher, this video walks you through some basic, but frequently used techniques for digitizing or editing. It provides a great overview to anyone looking to learn more about embroidery and digitizing. Set-up the project​ Prior to digitizing know the fabric […]

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start-finish-end

Auto Start End Update

November 20, 2020

In version 4.5 of the software the last stitch of the last object created is identified with a white cross (location of the cursor.) When using the Stitch edit tool or traveling through the design the white cross identifies the stitch the cursor is located on. The start and end point of the design is […]

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FlexiSplits

November 10, 2020

Flexisplit is an effect that can be applied to Satin or Tatami fills created with any tool. There are dozens of preset Flexisplit patterns available to choose from, each of which can be resized and applied as a single row or multiple rows that can be made to fit to the shape of the object. […]

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CorelDRAW Graphics Suite & Maze Fill

November 5, 2020

Design a logo with high impact and low stitch count! As a digitizer, you have intimate knowledge of stitches and embroidery. Learn to design your own logos. Here we demonstrate how to create a modern cityscape logo using the integrated CorelDRAW® Graphics Suite software and EmbroideryStudio e4.5.  The rear jacket design is filled with one […]

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Colorwheel and Eye Dropper

October 29, 2020

Active Colors Selecting a color by clicking on a color chip in the working palette or using the Eye Dropper tool and selecting an object in the work area, will make that color ACTIVE Once Active use the Bucket tool to drop the color to any object in the design. Color Wheels Easily cycle existing […]

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Batch Convert Machine Files

October 23, 2020

The library feature of EmbroideryStudio provides the means to convert a batch of files to a designated folder. In the following video you will see .emb files converted to .dst and U01 files, or for that matter any machine file type, in the one operation, then copied to respective EmbroideryConnect WiFi devices. Most small to […]

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