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Understanding Machine Embroidery Hoop Sizes & Formats
Have you wondered why your machine embroidery hoop sizes are different to the actual size they will stitch? Or maybe you’ve discovered that some designs have been digitized for a specific hoop size you don’t have. How do you know which design format you need for your embroidery machine?
Everything you want to do with your machine depends on the size hoops you have available. The size hoop or hoops your embroidery machine come with depend on the manufacturer, the machine itself.
Embroidery machine manufacturers will identify their hoops by sizes, usually in inches. The...
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I want to print the files but I don't have a cutting machine, how can I change the colors before printing?
1. Download free software called Inkscape, found at inkscape.org.
2. In Inkscape, press File, Open, and select the SVG file from the extracted zip folder you purchased.
3. Right click on the image, and press Ungroup. You may need to ungroup multiple times to get to the bottom layer, depending on how many there are.
4. Click on the color you'd like to change, and then select a new color from the bottom panel.
5. Once complete, you can either print directly from Inkscape, or press File, Export as Bitmap to save as a PNG to use later.
For Cricut Design Space :
Once the entire design is selected, OR Ctrl-A, click on Actions, and then choose “Ungroup”.
For Silhouette Studio :
Once the entire item is selected (or “Ctrl – A”), at the top, click on Objects, and then scroll down in that menu and click on “Ungroup”.