When a Sewing Machine Is Advertised As "embroidery Only" Machine...?

No, it's a machine that's set up to do computerized embroidery only. If you want one that does both embroidery and is suitable for sewing, look for one that's advertised for both functions. (BTW, it's often no more expensive and a lot more convenient to have an embroidery only machine and a sewing only machine, rather than the combination machines.)

1. best sewing embroidery software?

HI, If you have the Designer Series Viking and bought the embroidery package, 4D Embroidery or even the earlier 3D Embroidery software allows you to do any font creation you desire

2. does Walmart sell embroidery hoops?

Nope. You can get them at Michael's, Hobby Lobby, JoAnn's, Hancock's, and I think even at AC Moore. Prices vary, depending on size, and the plastic ones are more expensive than the wood ones. You are looking at around $1-5, give or take.

3. Create embroidery/duplicate stitch on knitting?

Duplicate Stitch Knitting

4. how to make embroidery designs like that ?

I have used childrens coloring books for design ideas for both hand embroidery and machine embroidery. Also you can use tracing paper on any design idea you see in any magazine or book and use it with both hand embroidery or machine embroidery by using tracing paper to put it onto the fabric

5. Does doing machine embroidery make anyone nervous?

Hi, I've turned my home machine into a business check out this site www.artisticthreadworks.com they are a great source of info and you can get good designs they offer some freebies, I trust their designs that's where I learned everything about embroidery. The cost is well worth it. The only way to get over the "fear" is to do it. Get some felt squares you do not have to have stabilizer (although it helps). Make sure you get good quality designs, if they are not digitized right they do not sew right (garbage in - garbage out). Make sure you read your instruction manual and follow it step by step. I teach sewing and have found that most machine issues are operator issues not mechanical. It is fun so do not let it stress you out, just remember if to walk away for awhile if you get frustrated and come back later. If you let it frustrate you it wo not be fun and that's what it's all about. You will get addicted once you get started. If I be of help please let me know Tonya K. in Mountain Maryland

6. Machine embroidery Help needed?

The Wilcom software can save files in a bunch of different formats that will work on a wide range of machines. Files produced on it will run on all the major manufacturer's machines - Tajima, Brother, Babylock, SWF, etc. If you are looking just for a cheap way to do embroidery, I would suggest a machine like Brother's LB6800PRW. It reads the PES format which Wilcom is capable of. Do understand that creating a design with Wilcom is more complex than just copying and pasting a picture off the web. It requires some digitizing know-how to get the stitches to run smoothly and correctly. Your easiest bet may be to just send your file to an outside professional digitizer to have done for you, rather than trying to figure it out yourself. This service usually costs around $35.00 a design and is well worth it if you are unfamiliar with the techniques of digitizing.

7. How can I turn my Photoshop design into embroidery on a T-shirt?

Go to one of the malls that has on of those kiosks that do ball caps and ask them. i have seen some of do custom work. I am sure it wo not be cheap. I did a quick searh using "custom embroidery " and found a few likes to look at .

8. what is the best embroidery thread for machine embroidery?

I use Coats and Clark 40 poly, and Mederia 40 Poly, both work up nice for me. I purchase the 1000yd spools so that I know I will have plenty on hand for a lg project. Some machines only like certain types of Thread. You do not mention the brand of machine. I have a Viking, and it's not particular on the thread. Happy Embroidery! Brenda

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