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Embird - HELP!! I'm confused

Posted by patriciab123 (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 11, 13 at 18:55

I am new to the digitizing world and I need some help!! My machine will only do 4x4 so I am wondering if I can split an appliqu� in Embird. For example, I have a football helmet that I want to make bigger. Can I split the helmet, stitch that half out completely then re hoop to stitch out and connect the other half? If so, how???

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RE: Embird - HELP!! I'm confused

I know you can split filled designs, but not sure about applique. What does manual say? Ask your question at www.secretsof The owner of Embird is on board there and answers questions.

RE: Embird - HELP!! I'm confused

You can split designs however for this application I believe you need to learn how to "re-hoop". Also you may be able to purchase online larger hoops for your machine. You may want to try that.

Re-hooping once you learn is not hard at all. Good Luck!

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