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Brother Machine ??

Posted by lhrogers56 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 18, 07 at 12:09

I own a Brother machine and have used it very little - can anyone tell me how to embroidery just part of a design?/
The design has 4 parts and I want to skip over a couple - how do I do this? Look at instructions from manuel but I don't get it.
Thanks


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RE: Brother Machine ??

You will have to watch the design and stop the machine when the part you want stitched is complete. You can then use the +/- button to forward the machine past the part you don't want stitched. You'll probably have to guess about where the next area begins. If you open the design in a program like Bernina's digitizing program, you might can delete certain parts. Good luck!


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RE: Brother Machine ??

You can download a free demo version of a software like Embird and use that to modify the design.


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