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Brother Embroidery Machine and PED Basic software Help?

December 15th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

How do I connect font characters to spell a word? I want to embroider my daughters name on something using a font I downloaded from the internet. I cannot group the characters together on my machine. Is there any way to do this?
Thank you so much! That is helpful. I wish I could do it with what I have ­čÖü

I am afraid not. You can combine the letters already built into the machine.

You will need an editing software program to combine the letters or do one at a time.

If doing one at a time is the only option, bring up each letter and send to the card.

Then make a sample by stitching out each letter, noting the size and then determine how far to space each letter. Start by making a cross hair with a pen for each one – this will help you to find the center of each letter after stitching.

Remember, the center for the letters a and y (as examples) are going to differ as will as upper and lower case letters.

You can use the jog feature on the embroidery machine to calculate the perimeter of each letter.

There is a trial of Embird that may be of help as well as a tutorial for lettering at ABC Embroidery (free).

http://www.secretsof.com/content/1853

http://www.annaboveembroidery.com/usemfo.html

Feel free to e-mail me with any questions at any time.

  1. pattiann42
    December 15th, 2012 at 12:20 | #1

    I am afraid not. You can combine the letters already built into the machine.

    You will need an editing software program to combine the letters or do one at a time.

    If doing one at a time is the only option, bring up each letter and send to the card.

    Then make a sample by stitching out each letter, noting the size and then determine how far to space each letter. Start by making a cross hair with a pen for each one – this will help you to find the center of each letter after stitching.

    Remember, the center for the letters a and y (as examples) are going to differ as will as upper and lower case letters.

    You can use the jog feature on the embroidery machine to calculate the perimeter of each letter.

    There is a trial of Embird that may be of help as well as a tutorial for lettering at ABC Embroidery (free).

    http://www.secretsof.com/content/1853

    http://www.annaboveembroidery.com/usemfo.html

    Feel free to e-mail me with any questions at any time.
    References :
    Sewing/Machine Embroidery/Quilting Teacher & Advisor.

  2. sewmuchfun
    December 15th, 2012 at 12:34 | #2

    you would benefit from having editing software for this job…I will add the link for a free trial version of one that is great and inexpensive if you choose to buy it… They also have other free trials on more embroidery software..one that is a great and a " I can’t live without" program is the sew iconz..You can easily see your embroidery files on the computer instead of an icon of pes…
    http://www.sandscomputing.com/id11.html

    pay special attention to the correct one to download specific to your computer..have fun and also join the yahoo group for this software..the support is above and beyond exceptional!
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