enlarging or reducing

We strongly advise against enlarging or reducing our motifs on the embroidery machine or external programs such as my Editor!

- If you reduce an embroidery file on the machine, just pull the stitches together.
What happens then?
The fabric tears, because the stitches are stitched closer together, the fabric becomes board-hard.
In the worst case, you can damage your machine!

- If you enlarge an embroidery file on the machine, the stitches are embroidered accordingly longer.
What happens then?
The fabric shines through.

If you want to properly enlarge or reduce an embroidery file, the stitch numbers are recalculated and arranged accordingly.
You can usually only do this with a professional embroidery program or the original file.

If you reduce or enlarge it yourself, we cannot accept any liability for consequential damage!