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Greetings everyone, I hope everyone out there is having a fantastic  summer.  Before I say anything else let me take a moment to thank each of you for making Qdigitizing a success.  Without you guys, we are just a web site.  We don’t get a chance to say it enough so I want you to know [...]

Welcome To Cora’s Corner, where every month I am going to help you with your artwork issues. This month I would like to discuss what can help you use your time more efficiently. We’ve discussed this before, however it bears repeating. Knowledge needs to be updated too. Wasted Time, Expense and Opportunities! One of the [...]

Greetings everyone, Cora’s corner is so good this month I am going to shamelessly borrow from her content as with minor adjustments it applies as much to your digitizer as it does with your artist. There are several elements involve to creating quality digitizing. The obvious information would be what elements in a piece of art should [...]

Welcome To Cora’s Corner, where every month I am going to help you with your artwork issues. This month I would like to discuss what your artist needs to know to create your artwork.. There are several elements involve to creating artwork for screen printing. The obvious information would be what elements or theme the [...]

Welcome To Cora’s Corner, where every month I am going to help you with  your artwork issues. This month I would like to discuss how screen print screen mesh count affect your artwork. Screen mesh counts are how many threads per inch. Generally screens for garment printing run from 25 threads per inch to 305 [...]

While similar, digitizing for Multi-head embroidery machines can present its own unique set of challenges.  However, one thing that is nice about evaluating a digitizing project on multi-head embroidery machines is this; regardless if the machine has 2 heads or 30 heads, if a problem is apparent on all sewing heads then the issue can [...]

Reprint from 2010 —  This question remains the one of the top three questions I receive about embroidery digitizing and is worth of a reprint of this article. One of the most frequent questions I receive from customers is “can my embroidery design be resized?” Unfortunately that is not a YES or NO question and [...]

Welcome To Cora’s Corner, where every month I am going to help you with your artwork issues. This month I would like to discuss some the benefits of creating halftones as design elements.   So, it’s always nice to give design projects (logos, illustrations, etc.) some pizazz. Halftones are usually used to create gradients or [...]

02/26/2017

In the wonderful world of commercial embroidery there is a great deal of confusion surrounding what are commonly called, “fonts.”  The most important thing to remember is, Embroidery Alphabets (keyboard lettering)  are not the same thing as fonts used in applications such as Microsoft Word, Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw and a host of other applications. To [...]

Welcome To Cora’s Corner, where every month I am going to help you with  your artwork issues. This month I would like to discuss some the benefits of creating transfers for garments instead of printing directly on the garment. Before I discuss why you should use transfers, let me tell you the options that are [...]

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