DigitizerMB New Features Introduction Lessons:
Lesson 1 - Automatic Outlines and Borders
Lesson 2 - Outline Offset Tool
Lesson 3 - Florentine Effect
Lesson 4 - Radial Effect
Lesson 5 - Contour Fill
Lesson 6 - Create A Motif
Lesson 7 - Stippling
Lesson 8 - Lettering - New Reshape Nodes
Lesson 9 - Easy Layout
Lesson 10 - Combine Designs
Digitizer Pro MB Lessons:
Lesson 11 - Overview
Lesson 12 - Buttonhole Stitch Applique

A terrific feature of DigitizerPro is the ability to create a motif run line. This lesson will cover how to create a motif run line by using one of the motifs available, the buttonhole stitch.

Lesson 13 - Gradient Fill

Gradient fill creates a beautiful effect that can be used either as shading or can stand alone as an alternative fill stitch.

Lesson 14 - Motif Fill

Motif fill allows you to use motifs to create fill for an object. Your embroidery will become even more beautiful using this technique.

Lesson 15 - Turning Angle Embossed Fill

We can use the Turning Angle Fill tool to create embossed fill objects.

Lesson 16 - Travel On Edge For Easy Trapunto

In traditional Trapunto, stitches are sewn in close rows around an area that is not sewn, creating an open space. It is negative sewing: sewing around an area to define a shape instead of in the area.

Lesson 17 - Outlining

Trapunto designs become even more beautiful if the unsewn areas are outlined. That is a quick and easy addition we can make to the Pieces6 design.

Lesson 18 - The Resequence Tool

In DigitizerPro, the Resequence Tool is one of the most effective tools in the software. It provides the ability to select an object, making it so easy to modify embroidery.

Lesson 19 - Using the Sequence Tool to Delete Objects

As we saw in Lesson #7, the Resequence tool can be used to resequence, combine, and select objects and thread colors. It also can be used to delete objects and thread colors from a design.

Lesson 20 - Sewing Sequence with Slow Redraw

A useful feature of DigitizerPro is the Slow Redraw process. It allows you to travel through the design - that is, watch on the screen how the embroidery will be sewing on your embroidery machine.

Lesson 21 - What are Stitch Files? What are Object Files?

There are lots of file formats in the embroidery world. File formats are identified by their file extension, which are the three letters after the dot in a file name (for example, .sew or .jef).

Lesson 22 - Filling Holes

There are times when digitizing that we want to create holes in an object to fill them in with embroidery of a different color or fill pattern, which adds to the effect of the design.

Lesson 23 - Photo Click Instantly

The Photo Click process was developed because embroiderers want to create embroidery from photographs.

Lesson 24 - Create Brush Out Embroidery with Digitizer MB

With the new Digitizer MB, you now have even more features for designing and creating your own brush-out embroidery designs. 

Easy Design Lessons:
Lesson 25 - GigaHoop and Digitizer
Lesson 26 - How To Use Screen Shortcuts