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  • Re: Digitizing photos

    to clean up any .jpg, bmp, etc.. I go to vectormagic and pay monthly and upload said photo turn it into a vector and save it as EPS then have my digitizing software import the EPS file and it's clean and digitizes almost automatically. However a picture I'm not sure would work well in vectormagic.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Wendy on Fri, Sep 6 2013
  • Re: Longarmers Share #2

    Carol, OMG Thank you!!!! I never saw anything on that.. at all.. and i've googled what I thought was everything. Thank you Thank you Thank you.. I'm going ;)
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Wendy on Tue, Sep 3 2013
  • Re: Longarmers Share #2

    I've got to do more research for sure, but I'm think I'm going to have to start out slow and just get the long arm first.. no software. :( grow into.. No one sales anything close to me so it's going to be a 3-4 hour drive to play with some :(
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Wendy on Tue, Sep 3 2013
  • Re: Longarmers Share #2

    I would like it to be 5,000-7,000 would that amount get me what I want?
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Wendy on Tue, Sep 3 2013
  • Re: Longarmers Share #2

    I'm sure someone has posted this before.. and I will go back and read some more. BUT.. I'm wanting to buy I guess a long arm. What I saw that made me want this is a video of a gal mapping/tracing an area to put a quilting design, after she told the software the trace she then picked a quilt pattern, sized it down to fit in her traced area pushed
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Wendy on Tue, Sep 3 2013
  • Re: Using embroidery machine to quilt

    Oh I am just starting into this too. Thank you who ever posted about the group on here.. I'll look them up and join. As far as hooping quilt I would never do that unless you are using the magnetic hoops... I think the magnetic hoops work way better than the water solvable too. Just because when you want to multi hoop you just keep moving the fabric
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Wendy on Tue, Sep 3 2013
  • Re: Embroidery Machines

    Hi. I have been embroidering & digitizing since 2001 and I have to say you actually don't use that much thread. I've owed a commercial machine for 5 years and the only had to replace one 1,000 m small cone once and that was because I did 45 towels of the same design. I think in the 5 years of owning that machine I only had to re-buy 5 spools
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Wendy on Tue, Sep 3 2013
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