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What is Embroidery Digitizing?
There is nothing more rewarding than creating your own embroidery designs and seeing your projects all the way through from designing to stitch-out.
You can easily create basic and complex shapes or, if you want to use the expert lingo, “embroidery objects” with Hatch Embroidery Digitizer. These can be can be closed objects (filled or outline) or open objects (outline). Choose from a huge variety of fills and effects or outline stitch types and a whole lot of amazing tools and features to create something fantastic in no time.
Digitizing Embroidery Objects
Using Existing Shapes in Hatch Embroidery
Watch this video by Lindee Goodall for a good overview of the various digitizing tools and features in Hatch Embroidery Digitizer and also on how to choose a shape, resize it as you wish, change the color and assign a stitch type to it to have a a digitized embroidery design super easy! You will also see how to use the Freehand digitizing tools.
Using Artwork to Create Embroidery Designs
It is very easy to import artwork (drawing, clipart, etc.) into the software and turn them into beautiful embroidery designs. Lindee Goodall shows you how in the video below.
You might also want to check out this useful blog article that includes a series of digitizing videos by Kim Goodwin, who gives great tips on how to avoid some common pitfalls by highlighting important elements of the embroidery digitizing process.
For more in-depth information and more exciting digitizing tools and features, read the digitizing section of the Hatch Embroidery User Guide.
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