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How do Hoop a Hat for font AND side embroidery?

The best way is to watch a training video like this on hooping a hat for front and side embroidery.  I need some tips for sewing and Digitizing cap embroidery? There are two rules for digitizing on six-panel caps. First, start the design at the bottom of the cap where it is most securely held by the frame and work your way up. Likewise, start from the center where the seam creates bulk and sturdiness and work out to each side, one side at a time. These two rules will result in more color changes and trims than if you digitized the design in one fell swoop, but the perfect registration and excellent runnability will make the extra time and effort worthwhile for whatever machine you have including Tajima, SWF, HAPPY and Toyota embroidery machines. 

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I need some tips for sewing and Digitizing cap embroidery?

There are two rules for digitizing on six-panel caps. First, start the design at the bottom of the cap where it is most securely held by the frame and work your way up. Likewise, start from the center where the seam creates bulk and sturdiness and work out to each side, one side at a time. These two rules will result in more color changes and trims than if you digitized the design in one fell swoop, but the perfect registration and excellent runnability will make the extra time and effort worthwhile

VIDEO Hooping the back of a Hat on a 9cm tubular frame |VIDEO Edit Button Stitch editing intro  | VIDEO Using the OFFSET button for Applique | VIDEO Offset button applique example | VIDEO Doing a quick color change | VIDEO Clearing a design | VIDEO Tracing your design before you embroider | VIDEO Center your hoop on tubular arms | VIDEO Loading or calling an embroidery design part 1 | VIDEO Loading or calling an embroidery design assign colors | VIDEO Info Panel on the SWF LED Control Panel | VIDEO Pantograph Movement Control | VIDEO Attaching the Tubular Arms | VIDEO Threading your embroidery machine | VIDEO Threading your embroidery machine the pull through method | VIDEO Threading your Embroidery Machine From Scratch | VIDEO Installing the embroidery machine thread rack | VIDEO Putting the light fixture on the embroidery machine | VIDEO Putting on the Emboridery Table SWF | VIDEO Installing the Leveling Bolts on a SWF Embroidery Machine | VIDEO Setting up the embroidery machine control panel on a SWF | VIDEO Your SWF Machine upon arrival VIDEO Fixing an error 300 | VIDEO Fixing an error 206 | VIDEO Cleaning your embroidery machine | VIDEO Cleaning the Rotary Hook | VIDEO Cleaning the bobbin case on your Embroidery Machine | VIDEO Repairing the embroidery machine rotary hook | VIDEO Removing the embroidery machine pressure foot | VIDEO Error 100 on your embroidery machine | VIDEO Greasing the rail on your embroidery machine | VIDEO Oiling your embroidery machine | VIDEO Greasing behind the Head of an Embroidery Machine

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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