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Old 05-08-2008, 08:42 PM
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I just ordered EM2 so that I can finally learn how to digitize my own designs. Does anyone have this software?

It was a good buy, 99.95 with free shipping and it comes with 3800 pre-digitized designs, phunky fonts, etc.

Just wanted an opinion on it.

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Old 05-08-2008, 08:49 PM
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I do not have this program, but I would be very interested in what you think of it after you get the chance to use it :D That is a very good price, the ones I looked at several years ago were way more than that!
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Old 05-13-2008, 12:30 PM
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I have never heard of the program. I am using 2 different programs. PE Design 7 for Brother and an industrial program put out by the Sewing & Embroidery Warehouse called RB-8000. The second is a lot harder to use. I started with the very first PE Design program about 12 years ago. I have done lots of different designs over the years. I am working on right now for my daughter of her sea cadet corps.

I am sure that you are going to enjoy doing your own designs. Family and friends will be asking for custom work.

What kind of machine do you have?
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Sondray...I think I might have to bend your ear.....I have the janome 9000, and have the scan n sew etc. but have done nothing with it.....yet!! I know the downloads have to be in SEW format....do you have any tips to get me started??????????????? :D
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I'd like to know what you think of it too, I bought a tutorial for putting your picture into paint and cleaning up the edges so the machine (Singer) software can read it, I only tried it once on a bulldog logo but it was still fuzzy around the edges and I just haven't messed with it again, heck I only have a little time and I don't like to waste it learning stuff! LOL I want the software to do the work and me get the praise.!
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I am not sure about the programs for the other machines but the ones I use I find it easier and less time consuming to open the picture as a template and trace over it. I can do some pretty detailed work in a couple of hours. We are talking military crests with all the leaves and crown. I will see if I can find anything that I have done. They are fun programs to work with and if they work like mine do it is like messing around in Paint.
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Old 05-13-2008, 01:11 PM
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This one didn't take me very long. I can't find any of the crest right now but I will keep looking, I know they are around here somewhere.

something I did for hubby's company a few years ago.
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