Tag Archives: machine embroidery

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Small lettering part 2

 Yesterday I blogged about small lettering and how to get better results in software. Here are a few more tidbits of info you might find useful. Thread weight makes a difference in how clear the lettering reads. The columns are identical except for the thread weight. Top letter A is 10mm, 7mm, 5.5mm. 80wt thread […]

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Saving cut files for the Cameo, Scan ‘N Cut, & more for embroidery designs

The current version of Embrilliance Essentials software has some pretty nifty features and functions for existing appliqué embroidery designs and I just finished the video showing a quick overview of these functions. Before I give you that link let me first talk about the purse shown to the left.  I’ve been reading about all these […]

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Separating part of a design using Embrilliance Enthusiast

The stitch editing of Embrilliance Enthusiast allows you to split out part of a design in one operation.Working with this design, you can see that the two butterflies will stitch out simultaneously. Each color is in both butterflies and will stitch out in order together. So what if you just wanted one butterfly?  Or maybe […]

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Big Embroidery with a Small Hoop – Take a class and see how to do this!

When you have an embroidery machine, you can embellish almost anything. And just because you have a specific size hoop, this does not mean you have a limit or restriction on the size of the embroidery. Once you become comfortable with rehooping and creating larger layouts with precise alignment – the size of your hoop […]

Blog challenge to finish off 2015 & moving to my new blog home

My website has always been a work in progress and trying to keep the blog updated and the website linked in was quite the challenge. I am hopeful that I have found a good solution, but it will take me some time to move all of the older posts over to this new location so […]