by modo 12 Feb 2011

For the digitizer, pes-design,if you take the T of the today alpha as an example: how do you digitize it without having the color of the T under the turtle?

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by mops Moderator 13 Feb 2011

Most programs have a function called 'mask' or 'remove underlying stitches', sometimes in the digitising part, sometimes in editing or in the basic module. Make sure you have the right one on top.
I haven't got the PE-7 software, so I can't tell you how to do it, but have a look in the help-function.

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modo by modo 14 Feb 2011

Thanks

modo by modo 14 Feb 2011

I find that with PE-7, I can remove underlying stitches only if one design is completely inside the other

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by modo 13 Feb 2011

the T of the turtle was just a example, what I want to do is be able to digitize 2 designs and not to have 2 layers , just like the turtle

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by ramona 12 Feb 2011

It can be done and pretty simple but I don't know your software. Mine is 4D. Sorry, I see you were needing to fix the T as well. I'm not a digitizer but I'm sure another Cutie will help you!

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modo by modo 13 Feb 2011

thanks

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by lv2sew 12 Feb 2011

are you saying you only want the turtle? if so you can edit it but then his little hand is detached from the body

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modo by modo 12 Feb 2011

no,I would like to know how to digitize 2 designs,like the T and the turtle together and not to have the turtle over the complete T

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by modo 12 Feb 2011

pe-design 7

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