ARTISTIC DIGITIZER- a closer look at key features

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Embroidery designs are created in layers.  You usually digitize from the background to the foreground.  When we purchase a design, we do not know how the designer created the stitch file.  Artistitc Digitizer allows us to peel back the layers and look closely at the design and view how it will stitch out before we send it to our machine.

Open a design that was purchased or downloaded from the internet.   Artistic Digitizer has the ability to open file formats other than the .JEF native format.  Below is a .VP3 stitch file I downloaded from the internet.  I opened the software and then navigated to where the design was on my computer.

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CAN USE BUILT IN DESIGNS OR YOUR OWN DESIGNS FROM YOUR COMPUTER

Once the design is open on the worktable, click on the down arrow at the top of the sequence bar to open it up completely.  Now you can see all the steps as to what will stitch from first to last.  This helps to plan how you will work through the design at the machine.

SEQUENCE ORDER

SEQUENCE ORDER IS ONE OF THE TOOLS  IN ARTISTIC DIGITIZER

This free design of an elephant came from the website, Embroidery Library.  It was a free design on their website this month.

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FREE DESIGN FROM EMBROIDERY LIBRARY WEBSITE

JANOME ARTISTIC DIGITIZER CAN ACCOMMODATE ALL YOUR EMBROIDERY DESIGNING NEEDS

About ymenear

I have been sewing my entire life. I love sewing of all types but recently I have focused on quilting and machine embroidery. I am an educator for quilting and embroidery design software and I own and operate a machine embroidery club that teaches students how to use their machine effectively while creating their own unique projects. I love travel and getting to know people from different regions and seeing how they create projects with their machines.
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