This week I decided to build on some of the experiments that I have been doing over the months and try to combine various automatic features of the Hatch embroidery digitizing software with some of the manual digitizing tools.
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Look At What I Made!
Here is a picture of the stitched design that I created this time around.
Getting To The Point
Anyhoo, as mentioned, I combined a plethora of digitizing tools in this project including the PhotoStitch feature along with manual digitizing tools.
The result was a little dark in tone and so I would likely run it through with different colours in the future however overall I was very happy with it.
Most surprising of all is that this took less than 30 minutes to digitize – does this mean that I am getting the hang of this or does it mean that Hatch is an awesome piece of software … ?
Hatching An Idea
Want to see how this idea became reality? Well, you are in luck as I put this video together to show you how I did this project.
Just hit play and have a slurp of your lovely beverage.
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Ok, that’s me done for this post. Hope you enjoyed hearing about my adventures in machine embroidery and will pop back again soon.
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