You may have run into this common applique issue on embroidery machines – ending up with a finished design with exposed raw edges because the satin stitch doesn’t cover them completely.
The traditional method of creating applique designs is to do the placement stitch, lay down fabric in the hoop, do the tack down stitch, then take small scissors and hand cut all around the stitching.
Let’s try this easier way of creating an .svg file that can be used to cut fabric on an electronic cutting machine, eliminating the time consuming step of manually cutting.
I’ve upgraded my embroidery software from the free version of Embrilliance Express to the paid version of Embrilliance Essentials.
Because I’m *not* a sewing machine tech / expert I cannot provide 1-on-1 assistance with your machine or guide you through specific issues.
Please reach out to the Brother Product Support Center.
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