When the following message appears, press
→ The pattern will be returned to its original size,
angle, and position as it was before it was edited.
Select how to change the pattern size.
to enlarge the pattern proportionately.
to shrink the pattern proportionately.
to stretch the pattern horizontally.
to compact the pattern horizontally.
to stretch the pattern vertically.
to compact the pattern vertically.
to return the pattern to its original
• With the density scale bar, the thread den-
sity can be changed.
A setting between 80% and 120% in 5%
increments can be specified.
to make the pattern less dense.
to make the pattern more dense.
• Depending on the pattern, embroidering
may not be possible at the appropriate
thread density. Before sewing on your
project, be sure to sew trial embroidery on a
piece of scrap fabric that is the same as the
fabric used in the project using the same
needle and embroidery thread.
• If the pattern is enlarged and there is space
between stitches, a better effect can be
achieved by increasing the thread density.
• If the pattern is reduced and the stitching is
too thick, a better effect can be achieved by
reducing the thread density.
• Depending on the pattern, the stitching may
become entangled or the needle may break
when the pattern is reduced. If this occurs,
enlarge the pattern slightly.