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Creating Small Letters

In embroidery, no detail is more important than lettering. Your designs are labels for your customers and they must be able to read those labels — even the small print. However, what is easily read in print is not always easily read in thread.

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Creating Small Letters Videos

Fonts will become easy to manage when you understand how they are built and you will find that you, too can create your own lettering for that special customer. Choose from Lettering Part 1 and 2, Quick Steps to Small Lettering, or get them all with our Complete Learning Package

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Easy Embroidery Alignment

You can add interest by making the background fill an embossed version of the logo. Here, Wilcom’s Program Split was used with the logo to add texture to a plain background. Let’s say you just finished an embroidery job — a left-chest logo stitched on shirts and hats — and now the customer wants jackets. …

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How to Achieve Shading in Embroidery

From Impressions Magazine, April 23, 2013 How to Achieve Shading in Embroidery Getting a realistic 3-D embroidered image requires understanding the physics of art, which is the basis of the interplay between color blending and shading. By Lee Caroselli-Barnes, Contributing Writer   Although the terms “blending” and “shading” often are interchanged, there is a difference. …

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