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.
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When choosing fabric for machine embroidery, always consider the capacity of your embroidery machine.
This means that heavy, thick and overly sturdy fabrics (like heavy-duty canvas, fur, thick types of leather, etc.) should be embroidered on industrial units only. Why is it so? Let’s elaborate on that:
- Heavy fabrics. Hoops of home embroidery machines won’t be able to move under the weight of heavy fabrics. Thus you’ll never get good quality embroidery results.
- Thick fabrics. Unlike industrial or cross-over units, home embroidery machines simply aren’t powerful enough to punch their needles through overly thick fabrics. Also, thick fabrics are usually heavy too. So, if you decide to feed your machine such fabric, it might manage to finish the task, but either the stitching will be off or the machine will get overheated. Experience of such kind might cost quite a lot because problems with machinery are usually the most expensive ones.
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.
• This product may be used to create limited products for sale. Bulk product manufacturing is not permitted. Please don't sell or trade the embroidery file.
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