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  1. #1
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    Nov 2015
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    Poor quality sew out.

    I had a logo digitized, Iím not happy with the way it sews out for me.
    (I donít want to name the person).
    This going to be sewn on a hat.
    They have adjusted the design some.
    My sew out doesnít look as good as the digitizerís.

    On the same machine I have sewn out the ďHĒ and the flowers in the pictures I included, and they look great, no false breaks, no shredding.

    So why wouldnít the logo sew out with cleaner lines.

    New needles, put in correctly.
    I used 2 layers of stabilizer and sewed a sample on shirt.
    Put a new bobbin in.
    I am using a Melco Amaya XTS.
    I started the thread feed on 2, had thread shredding.
    When I go up on thread feed I get false breaks.
    Digitizerís sew out is in 1st picture.
    My sew out is the second.
    The last two pictures are samples Iíve sewn on the machine after the logo.
    Hope all that makes sense.
    Thanks in advance.





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  2. #2
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    Did you sew it out on a hat?
    Juli in Kona<br />Stitches in Paradise

  3. #3
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    the blue logo is sewn on a woven and the gold on a knit.
    There should be a bit more underlay for sewing a knit.
    try a 4pt edge trace it should help.

    Designs do sew diff. on diff. material.
    greenwingusa@charter.net
    Jerome in Minnesota
    (320)259-1151

  4. #4
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    Sorry I didnít see replies before now. I add the other embroidery photos to show my machines were sewing other designs with no quality issues.
    Paid again for someone else to digitize.


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