Types of stitches used in embroidery digitizing</p>

When you learn to digitize, it also becomes essential to learn about the different types of stitches used and also when they should be used. Embroidery digitizing isn't that simple of a process; it has a lot of complicated aspects. Even if you don't have adequate knowledge about the stitches and its types then fear not, hire Genius Digitizing to get A-quality work according to your demands.

Embroidery stitch type; the concept!

A very widely known term for embroidery switch is also embroidery swing. The needle drop is the count of the number of stitches, for every thousand stitches on a design a needle will drop a thousand times. The pricing depends upon the number of stitches thereby the count of numbers is necessary to keep a check of.

There are different kind of stitches which are to be used by appropriate knowledge and understanding of the outcome on the design respectively:

Satin Stitch

It is one of the widely used techniques and in other words, it is known as a jump stitch. It works by the left-right-left-right technique. If the object you are working with occupies a space of less than a cm then, satin stitch is the best choice to attain the nice and neatest look to get done with. It attaches appliques to the bottom fabric and has variants as brick, bourdon, encroaching, padded, and long and short to outline by the machine-made satin stitch.

Tatami Stitch

It is commonly known as a fill stitch. For getting the aesthetic appeal to the fabric, this stitch is used as it covers space bigger than 1 cm which means that it covers big spaces, it gives a very smooth appearance and the tatami effects can be customized into different gradients and forms.

Zigzag Stitch

This stitch resembles a lot with the satin stitch and is like a left-right zigzag stitch. The only difference on which they can be identified separately is the spacing between the stitches if they are very close, then the stitch is more likely to be Satin however zigzag stitch goes from angle to angle. The satin is just a straight one line angle.

Steil stitch

This again is very similar to satin except for the fact that it is of zigzag pattern and is of only one line to keep the thickness uniform, it is recommended for border work.

Cross stitch

Cross stitch is used by various kinds of embroidery designers, it is one of the most used stitch types in the hand embroidery as it is available with a lot of transitions such as a half cross, full cross, quarter cross, etc.

When a customer brings up a design in front of you, you should be able to identify what stitches will be used for the background and the foreground, you should be able to map the design. Here at Genius Digitizing we have a team of professionals who have a great sense of pathing which offers you all the right choices of stitches to bring life to your product.