You have purchased your embroidery machine, stitched a few items and are satisfied with the process, and now you are ready to digitize your own embroidery designs. Your embroidery machine may have a digitized program, which may be sufficient if you are satisfied with the capabilities of the software. If you want more functionality and more control, you need a comprehensive, dedicated digital software application. Because these applications can be expensive, try out the trial or local software before investing. Below I am going to tell you how the embroidery digitizing designs can be created. You just need to follow the steps given in this article. If you are a beginner you should have to start it by simple and straight kind of digitizing just to enhance your skills and experience. The basic or fundamental things required is given in the bullets, please get all of them.
Things you need:
The first step you need to open the software of digitizing to create or load the design. The design can open or load from an existing digitizing embroidery file or you can take a start of your own from scratch. If you want to load an existing file image, you just need to drag-and-drop the file into the hoop area on the screen, on the other hand, you can open the file by the menu.
The second step started when the file opened, adjust alignment, sizes, colors, stitch type, add text, and customize the design according to your demand.
If you are using an existing file and adjusting it but do not produce the desired result, you may need to open and digitize the image file (bmp) to create #embroidery digitizing file. Drag or browse to select the image file (bmp) that you want to digitize the embroidery. Size and location of the image. After selecting the image, click the Auto Stamp Digitization Wizard button or a similar tool in other applications.
Once the Auto Stamp Digitizing Wizard has established basic features such as size, color, number of colors, fill stitches or white space, and weighting issues, you can adjust and preview the adjustments until you see your favorite digitized result. If you are satisfied with the result, click Finish.
After you digitize the image, you can add text, retouch, change color, stitch, stitches type, and can have previewed the result in 3D (three-dimension). When your digitized embroidery file is finished, save the file in your computer.