By knowing the speed of your embroidery machine, you can find out how long it will take to embroider a design.
To use the embroidery calculator, click on the number of stitches in the product description.
Size: 46.0x178.6 mm (1.81x7.03 "), Stitches: 8960
Size: 50.9x198.7 mm (2.00x7.82 "), Stitches: 9893
Size: 56.1x218.8 mm (2.21x8.61 "), Stitches: 10707
Size: 61.1x238.8 mm (2.41x9.40 "), Stitches: 11667
Formats: .pes, .pec, .hus, .vip, .dst, .exp, .sew, .exp, .dat, .vp3, .jef, xxx
Bonus tips for choosing stabilizers for machine embroidery:
1 – Make sure to always pre-wash and then iron fabric before you choose stabilizers.
2 – Make sure to make test embroidery to see if the stabilizer you’ve chosen suits the demands of the project.
3 – Try to avoid using “household” substitutes instead of proper stabilizers. We speak about all those gelatin, starch, plastic bags, and printing paper know-hows. Such alternatives might help you achieve good embroidery results; however, the toll it takes on the machine is not worth it. Printing paper and starch clog the bobbing compartment. Gelatin spray might leave stains on fabrics or leave more permanent damage (case fibers breakage etc.) Taking your machine to the service is never a fun ride. Ruining the project is always sad. So, be cautious when turning to such “desperate measures.”
4 – Do your research before using a new type of stabilizer. It always helps to check for extra tips with the manufacturer's official site. Many brands provide detailed information on the subject. For example, Gunold’s official site shares info on the amount of stitches their stabilizers can withstand. Gutterman's official site gives practical tips and examples on which of their stabilizers can be used in various projects. The official internet site of Sulky helps you match stabilizers to various types of fabrics and designs.
It’s good enough for embroidery machines: Janome, Babylock, Brother, SWF, Jack, Feiya, Melco, Elna, Bernina, Ricoma, Pfaff, Husqvarna, Happy, Tajima, and others.
This design has been tested and reviewed to ensure top quality. Test stitch the design, or portions of it, before stitching it onto your final item, as results may vary depending on fabric and stabilizer combination.
Please don't sell or trade the embroidery file.