Converting a Coreldraw X6 to Embroidery Stitches

2 months 1 week ago #2708 by StitchUpCreative
Good afternoon all from a very wet Wales, UK.

We have Wilcom Embroidery Studio e3.0

Prior to installing Wilcom Embroidery Studio e3.0 we had already installed CorelDraw X6 as we've been using this to create CAD-CUT vinyl.

I recently created a design in CorelDraw X6 ready for vinyl cutting. Our customer has now asked if we can produce the design as embroidery. Presently the design is in CorelDraw .cdr format.

Could someone tell me how I can achieve this? I did try selecting the whole design when opened in CorelDraw and pasting into Wilcom Embroidery Studio e3.0. All the shapes appeared correctly in Wilcom Embroidery Studio e3.0 but I couldn't find a way to change the shapes to stitches!

I'm probably doing something stupid so would appreciate some advice.


Copied from CorelDraw & pasted into Wilcom Embroidery Studio e3.0

Thanks for reading :)

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1 month 1 week ago - 1 month 1 week ago #2755 by Karla
Hi StitchUpCreative,

Hope you are well.

Select the image object.
Select Auto Digitizing tool (see attached file).

You can use Smart Design straight away or you can use the other options (just expand the flyout) i.e Tatami Fill, tatami fill without holes, Outline run. Make sure to enable Bitmap Preparation first, the icon is next to Smart Design.

Last edit: 1 month 1 week ago by Karla.
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