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Subject: But it doesn't take two or more days for one dress, once you are experienced. I've never used the auto digitise button, wouldn't know what it does, but my embroidery is certainly not messy or sloppy, and I can do a whole dress in a few hours. Maybe I've just had plenty of practise


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Date Posted: Thursday, February 13, 03:06:49am
In reply to: long-time designer/digitizer 's message, "Good digitizing takes time. I see so much bad embroidery on dresses nowadays, even on the so called BNDM dresses. Sloppy, choppy, illogical embroidery is a sign of either working too fast, using the auto digitize button, or just really not having the eye necessary for digitizing clean and clear embroidery." on Wednesday, February 12, 11:10:58pm


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May I ask what a typical stitch count is for you? Do you have a lot of knot work with over/unders? I find that designs with flowing shapes/swirls go very quickly, but knotwork takes me forever! Especially the double outlined knotwork appliques. (NT)--Thursday, February 13, 11:19:44am

Been digitizing for over 15 years, known for excellent work, and the only time I finish a design in one day is if it involves a whole lot of repetition. Good knotwork can take anywhere from 2-5 days depending on the amount of embroidery and the knot variations. There is no typical length of time, experienced or not...long-time designer/digitizerThursday, February 13, 03:01:34pm


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