PRINT AND STITCH (COMBINING EMBROIDERY PATTERNS AND PRINTED DESIGNS)
• Before printing onto iron-on paper or
printable fabric, we recommend performing
a test print to check the print settings.
• For details on printing on iron-on transfer
sheets or printable fabric, refer to the
instructions for the iron-on transfer sheets
and printable fabric.
• Some printers will automatically print an
image flipped if an iron-on transfer sheet is
selected as the paper. For details, refer to
the instructions for the printer being used.
Print the embroidery position sheet (file
named E_1p.pdf) onto plain paper.
a Embroidery position sheet
• When printing the PDF file for the
embroidery position sheet, specify the
highest image quality possible for full-color
printing. In addition, we recommend printing
on matte paper. If this is not done, the built-
in camera may not be able to correctly
detect the embroidery positioning mark.
If an iron-on transfer sheet is used, transfer
the image onto fabric.
• For details on transferring from iron-on
transfer sheets, refer to the instructions for
the iron-on transfer sheets.
• If necessary, cut the iron-on transfer sheet
to the size of the pattern before transferring
Sewing Embroidery Patterns
Hoop in the embroidery frame the fabric
with the background image ironed on.
Cut the paper printed with the center
positioned aligned with the background
image on the fabric.
Lines or color changes in the image can help you
find the correct alignment position.
Place the paper printed with the positioning
image on top of the fabric so that the
pattern is aligned, and then affix the paper
to the fabric with cellophane tape to
prevent the paper from moving.
a Cellophane tape
so it can easily be