Video Tutorial and downloadable FREE Project
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About This Project
Using the built in tools in Hatch Embroidery, it’s entirely possible to create this project with no artwork!
If you’re new to digitizing, you might be feeling a little intimidated by having to find artwork and then figure out what tools to use to create the look you want. This project will introduce you to a number of tools in Hatch Embroidery to create a design completely from scratch!
This project is geared for a larger hoop (at least a 150mm).
Even if you only have a small machine, I encourage you to walk through the steps just to get familiar with the process. You will notice that in the video below, I use a number of shortcut keys to do things. Learning common short keys can speed your design time and make you more efficient.
Common Shortcut Keys to Memorize
B – Enables the Zoom tool so you can drag a box selection of the area your want to zoom
H – Selects Reshape for a selected object
O – Sets the Select Tool
T – Toggles TrueView
0 (zero) – Fit to screen
– (minus) – Zoom out
+ (plus) – Zoom in
Control-A – Select All
Control-D – Duplicates selected object
Control-G – Groups a set of selected objects
Control-S – Save – do this often!
Control-U – Ungroups grouped selection
Right-Click and Drag a selected object to duplicate
Watch the Tutorial Video
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Hope you enjoyed this great project by Lindee Goodall.
Lindee Goodall has been digitizing since 1994 and was the founder of Cactus Punch. Currently she is a solopreneur, creating designs, blog posts, YouTube videos, and other content for avid embroiderers.
See more here LindeeGEmbroidery.com
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