Elastic Embossed Fills
Hatch Embroidery Digitizer comes with 105 different Embossed fills and they can be used to create Elastic Embossed Fills. It is a beautiful decorative effect where the pattern follows the stitch angle and it adjusts to the width of the embroidery object.
How to Add Embossed Fills to Your Objects?
Create a closed shape object with Satin Fill. Open the Object properties box:
Edit Objects > Object Properties or by double clicking the object.
Click the Effects tab and tick the Elastic Embossed fill box. You can select from the 105 different fills.
You can adjust the dimensions of the pattern and select from 4 different options.
Creating Variations of a Color Scheme
Once you allocated colors to your design, you can use the Cycle Used Colors tool to cycle the colors to create variations, and see which one you like best. It is also great if you want to stitch your design on a different color fabic.
Customize Designs > Cycle Used Colors
You can see the different color variations by clicking the tool.
Access all five variations of this beautiful FREE Turtle design by clicking the button below.
Please note: You will need to sign in or register a free account to access the Free Designs section.
Once registered, log in and go to Resource Center > FREE Designs.
Once you registered an account, you will have unlimited access to ALL the free designs that are currently on the Hatch Embroidery website and future ones two. You will also automatically receive our newsletter about free projects and designs. You will NOT be requested to download the software. Having an account does not come with any obligations to you at all.
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