This is where my embroidery digitizing began. My mom told me I should try digitizing for my senior project so I learned what it was through this article. Before this article, I didn't even know embroidery involved computers. Without this article, I would have tried to digitize on my family computer. The article claims you need a powerful computer to digitize, so I installed the software on my gaming pc. The software ran perfectly and all credit goes to this article.
Digitizing for embroidery can become a demoralizing task, if you do not decide the correct software or service to meet your needs. Under these situations, it is important to identify the key areas that you need to focus on, when selecting software or service providers for the job. Mostly, it is essential to choose an embroidery digitizing service that offers a variety of design features, particularly top end ones.
My first goal was to learn how to use embroidery software. I use brother because my mom already had it. This article helped because I did my research to find some software that provides "...a variety of design features". Brother seemed like the right one. It was praised by a lot of digitizers, plus I already had it so that was easy. Sure enough, my expectations were fulfilled. Brother served as more than enough to digitize a proffesional looking design.
This article helped me a lot in achieving my goal of learning to digitize. In the intro it gave me a clear list of things I should have to begin digitizing. Out of this, I made a checklist. It states I'll need basic computer skills, knowledge of embroidery materials such as fabric, threads and stabilizers, and a good grasp of embroidery equipment. It also suggested in paragraph 3 that I should read the manual for the digitizing software. Without reading the article I would have jumped into the program with no basic knowledge of what I was doing.
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