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Create embroidery designs

Posted by chluo (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 30, 09 at 2:52

Hello, all

Are you interested in embroidery digitizing?

Embroidery digitizing is convert company logos, portraits, artworks and photos to embroidery designs in various formats (EMB, DST, MJD, PES, CND, DSB, 100, DSZ, KSM, PEC, SEW, JEF, PCS, XXX, HUS, EXP, VIP, T01, TAP, T03, T04, T05, T09, ART, PCD, PCQ, CSD, DAT, VEP, ESS, ESL, T10 and T15 etc), including Flat, 3D, Cap, Sequin, Applique and Chenille digitizing.

Other comments?

Kind regards,
Linda
linda267264ab@yahoo.com


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RE: Create embroidery designs

I have a new Janome 350e. I understood when I bought the machine that I could just pick an image online, transfer it to the USB, put the USB in my embrooidery machine, and stitch the design. NOW, over $1500.00 later, I learn that I have to have some kind of very expensive software to convert the image before putting it into my machine??? Is this true? Any recommendations? I was told that the best software was as much as the machine! I can't go there! I would really, REALLY appreciate some reliable advice and help!
Thanks!
Gwen Bentley
TurtlesRGwen@aol.com

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RE: Create embroidery designs

There are free programs to convert your designs. Here are a couple: http://www.wilcom.com.au/PRODUCTS.aspx/TrueSizer.aspx

http://www.pulsemicro.com/pulse-products-2009-ambassador.htm

You can use these if you need to convert designs from one format to another. Example, pes to jef.

Let me know if this is what you need.


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