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PE Design Plus software is a high quality Photo Stitch results are within every ones reach and it is so much easier than you could imagine and better still, much more affordable than ever before.
The process of design creation, commonly called ‘digitizing’, requires a skilled person using a specialized tool. StitchArtist is that tool, but it is designed to take the difficulty out of the software, leaving the user to concentrate on their designs.
Let’s take an in depth look at what is needed to keep your machine in top condition. Regardless of how advanced or how good the quality is, all machinery needs preventative maintenance at some stage.
Here are some common problems you may have while using your embroidery machine. This handy guide provides suggestions that may be of some assistance.
Here we have a list of common thread problems that may affect the performance of your embroidery machine including back spin, bobbin and bobbin cases, bobbin winder, cleaning, thread guides, threading the machine, tension, fabric relationship and more.
Just the mention of thread tension strikes fear into many home embroiderers and it shouldn't. Tension is a very simple thing to understand, as long as you know where to start.
Are you interested in getting better embroidery? Do you sometimes suspect it doesn't matter what you do with a particular design you won't get good results? Learn more about the "How to Think Like a Digitizer and Become a Better Embroiderer" book which explains it all.
Do you think building a stash of free designs downloaded from the Internet is the best way to build your embroidery library? While you can find some well-digitized designs that are free for downloading, find out why it's better to buy embroidery designs.
You may be surprised at just how much income you may be able to make from a little embroidery each week. At the very least, it's a handy way to help fund your hobby and cover your out-of-pocket expenses.
Marketing, in brief, is a word that describes how you intend to present your products for sale in the market place. If you plan on starting your own embroidery business find out what steps you need to take to ensure you have done your market research.