Digitizing An Embroidery Design In Hatch Embroidery Software Part 1.
A brand spanking new series of Sunday Stitch posts starting this week with a continuation of my exploration into digitizing embroidery designs.
During this 10-part mini series of posts – which will be released in two episodes each Sunday for the next 5 weeks – I will be sharing with you the process that I went through to go from this …
… to this.
I was going to share the whole process with you in one video but when it turned out to be over 45 minutes long, I thought it best to pop it on the blog in shorter manageable bite-sized snippets.
In this particular episode I will be showing you the first couple of steps; loading the artwork and a quick tip that I learnt from the Hatch website for locking the design in place – very handy!
So, when you are ready, just hit play.
The next episode will be out later today. See you there?
Just a reminder before I go, that I used in Hatch Embroidery software for this project. To find out more about it and download a free trial copy, please visit Hatch Embroidery Website
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below.
I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to sharing more with you soon!
Bye for now.