Sep 17th, 2013
Question: I ordered this logo in pes format & tried to put it on a t-shirt. It is so many stitches that it pulls the shirt & it bunches up. Any suggestions on how to do this properly?
Sep 17th, 2013
We use the standard density for the average density of tissue. T-shirts, too, are different. Different densities.
1. We can reduce the number of stitches (density). But then maybe will be visible fabric shirts. Tell what size you need.
2. You can embroider it on thick fabric. Cut and sew a patch.
3. Use a thicker stabilizer. Minimum of 2-3 layers - the density of 80-100 g per m2.
Nov 23rd, 2013
I purchased this design and the Georgia Bulldog and none of the files were recognized by my Brother machine. I have an Innovis 950D with a 4x4 hoop. Please help.
Nov 8th, 2014
angieeverett . Please try again , problem fixed.
Dec 22nd, 2015
I purchased this and have tried it on everything from vinyl to fabric. The stitching is way to dense. Even with taking out the white background (on a white item) all it does is pucker up whatever material I am using. Even with thick stabilizer.
Dec 22nd, 2016
I was apprehensive about the previous comments, but I wanted to try it, I had to give it a shot! I just embroidered this on two dish towels, and they came out amazing! My customer is already thrilled with the pictures... I can't wait for her to see them in person!
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