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.
Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, .sew, .jef, .vp3, xxx, dat,
Design type (its density, composition of its stitching) should match fabric structure and properties.
As you recall, a description of each fabric type, given in the previous portions, included information on their compatibility with various designs. In short, the info can be summed up like this:
- Linework machine embroidery designs (e.g. Red Work, Blue Work, Toile, Vintage, etc.) and designs, consisting of outline stitching, can only be sewn on flat fabrics (quilter’s cotton, denim, leather, etc.) Run stitches of such designs, when applied to fabric with texture (waffle weave, terry fabrics, velvet, furs, etc.) will sink into the textured surface. Also, such “light” types of designs can’t be sewn on too porous fabrics (e.g. dress netting, tulle, lace, etc.) as stitches don’t have enough “base” to hold on to.
- Richelieu and other cutwork machine embroidery designs can’t be sewn-on elastic fabrics (knits, Spandex, etc.) Structure of such fabrics isn’t stable enough to support the particular patterns of such designs (the breeds, the holes, etc.)
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.