Digitizing Abilities for Advanced Users
Create new designs or turn your existing designs into something extra special! Professional digitizing tools are included in Hatch Embroidery Digitizer for those who want to achieve professional results through special effects and various customization options. The ease of use and versatility of these features gives users more options and saves time by providing a number of shortcuts- none of the complexity of standard digitizing software here. Digitize objects from scratch and then customize these designs using some classic, well-loved functions such as “curved fills” and “gradient fills”. Read on for more information.
Choose how you digitize
Stitch types, effects and angles
Lay down the basis for your design by taking control of the most important part of it, the stitching. Stitching ought to change when working with different objects, so whenever you alter an object its stitching is automatically regenerated and optimized according to the settings you are using.
You can get more creative by choosing the stitch type and customizing it further using the ‘gradient fill’ feature which gives your stitching unique gradient patterns by varying stitch spacing between dense and open fill. Best used with “tatami fill”. Similarly, use “curved fills” which utilizes the light and shade from your object to create curved effects.
Cut and fill holes and embroidery connectors
Use Hatch Embroidery Digitizer to easily create holes in designs to prevent stitch build up or view stitches underneath.
Hand-draw your own designs
Use the freehand tool to create designs that have a hand-drawn effect. Using freehand is the perfect way to get a more authentic embroidered effect as users get to transform their own drawings into embroidery designs. The freehand tool mimics the designs formed on an embroidery machine by freehand motion, however you get more freedom and flexibility to create designs your own way with the actual freehand tool. Use the freehand tool to create shapes, adjust line smoothness and complete freehand stitching projects.