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: 97.8x98.1 mm (3.85x3.86 "), Stitches: 3663
Size: 117.1x117.7 mm (4.61x4.63 "), Stitches: 4408
Size: 127.9x128.5 mm (5.04x5.06 "), Stitches: 4830
Formats: .pes, .pec, .hus, .vip, .dst, .exp, .sew, .exp, .dat, .vp3, .jef, xxx
When choosing fabric for embroidery project one should take into account the following:
1 – Fabric structure of how the fabric is “built”. Here an embroiderer should look into fabric’s density, thickness, and weight; types of its thread weave, type of fibers/filaments used in the weave and its thread count;
2 – Fabric characteristics or how fibers, that the fabric is “built” from, react to certain kinds of stress (stretching, punches from the needle, ironing, washing, etc.). Here an embroiderer should look into fabric’s hand, colorfastness, shrinkage, yarn slippage or edge fraying, elasticity and in some cases wrinkle factor;
3 – Design. Not all fabrics can be matched to every single machine embroidery design there’s. So when choosing fabric for machine embroidery one should look into the design’s density, number and size of its elements and type and size of the stitches, used in its composition. Special care should be taken with designs, digitized in certain machine embroidery techniques (cross stitch, FSL, Richelieu, appliqué, etc.) Not all fabrics can be used with those designs. We’ll be speaking about this particular part of our theme in our fourth article.
Go on reading our blog Choosing fabric for machine embroidery. Part 1
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.