[amayausers] Re: new user

  • From: "A Golden Stitch/John and Mary Kyler" <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <amayausers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 31 Jan 2003 18:55:27 -0700

Welcome to the group...
And love the name of the business....
Make sure you have a good underlay... And do you have a satin around the
edge to clean it up?
As for Design Shop  Janel Harris is top notch on that and is part of this
group but also runs a eds/design shop group too..
A Golden Stitch
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ed Rodriguez" <erod@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <Amayausers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, January 31, 2003 6:50 PM
Subject: [amayausers] new user

Hi Everyone,

My name is Kathie and I am new to the Amaya user group.  My tiny little
business is called Embroidery Magic.  (Something my son picked out)  I have
always wanted to do embroidery and have my own business, so after the last
place I worked at closed, and I got another job that I hate with all my
heart, I decided to go for it.  So here I am.  I just received my
replacement Amaya.  ( the last one had mechanical problems) and I am ready
to go.  But like with all new ventures,  I have problems and lots of
questions that I need help with.

Right now I have a digitizing dilemma that I am hoping that someone can help
me with.  I have the Design Shop Pro ( was EDS IV) and I have digitized a
logo for a local fishing shop.  On screen it comes out great.  I even was
able to do a 3 color gradient fill.  But when I sew it out the outline does
not go where it is suppose to go. I have tried different pull compensations
and it does not seem to work.  Any Suggestions?

Embroidery Magic

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