In a best embroidery digitizing process, three basic stitches are mainly used to digitize a particular design. These stitches mainly include run stitch, satin stitch and fill stitch. These stitches are utilised in a particular design according to the requirements of different sections. For instance:
Run stitch is mostly used by the digitizing artists to digitize the edges of the designs or to make outlines of different sections. In this way, the design achieves a highly précised and nicely finished look on the fabric after getting embroidered on it.
These stitches are usually used for the lettering in the text based designs. But at the same time, it is also very important for the digitizers to decide the angle of satin stitch, depending upon the direction of the letters.
Large areas of the artworks are usually covered up by the fill stitches. However, the digitizing artists wisely decide the direction of these stitches along with their types. Also, it is their prime responsibility to check out the starting and ending point of these stitches while digitizing their assigned designs.
In the same, way, it is also the digitizers’ vision of imagining the fabric type to be embroidered before digitizing the designs according to their liking. For example, the stitches can sink into the polar fabrics like fleece or can lie on the denser fabrics like nylon. Hence, if the logo is specifically designed for denim fabric, it wouldn’t appear well on fleece or any other different material.