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Embroidery fonts

Posted by danalahal (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 7, 04 at 16:23

I recently bought script embroidery fonts on EBay and have tried the CD but it looks like my machine (PE150) sees
each letter as a seperate design and I haven't been able to figure out how to write actual words/names with it, only
one letter at a time. Any help will be appreciated. Tks

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RE: Embroidery fonts

Does the PE150 have the embroidery edit feature like the PC8500 does? If so, you could load the letters you need onto the machine's card, then combine them with the edit function.

RE: Embroidery fonts

I'm not sure what you are doing. Is the CD a small diskett? I have the Brother PE150 and I use my computer with an embroidery software program (Embird) to pull designs off the CD/ or large disk. I then copy it onto the very small diskett (using the Ultimate Box) that we put in our machine.

RE: Embroidery fonts

you'll need a program like embird or lettering pro to put the individual letters into words. It's worth it.

in my opinion embird is really powerful but impossible to intuit and that made it close to useless. Lettering pro is much nicer but you have to use their fonts, which are numerous, but still limiting.

RE: Embroidery fonts

Does anyone know if there are any Red Sox designs
on the web that can be downloaded?

RE: Embroidery fonts

I am answering to the person asking for Red Sox designs......I have just bought from a gal...she has lots or things..sorry...I cannot remember her email....not just red sox....all the this.....tell her that I sent it to her....Judy1....she will undestand....Ihave just done a pillow case for my 12 year old grandson....Red sox.....he will love it....hope this helps you.....

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