Explore the range of stitch-saving techniques used in digital embroidery, from reducing the number of thread changes to minimizing the number of stitches.
Thread changes reduce the number of times a needle must be changed when stitching a design – fewer thread ends results in less time spent on the embroidery project.
Stitch minimization is a technique used to reduce the number of stitches used in a design. This technique allows for fewer stitches to be used without compromising the quality of the design, resulting in a more efficient embroidery process.
Underlay techniques are used to add stability to the fabric being embroidered. These techniques help to reduce the number of stitches needed to complete a design as well as improve the quality of the embroidery.
Stitch types are used to create a variety of effects in an embroidery design. These techniques can be used to reduce the number of stitches needed to complete a design as well as add texture and dimension to the embroidery. Your machine or software will likely provide you with many options. Learning the difference between them will greatly improve your ability to manage stitch count.