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PulseMicro
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5/4/2017
PulseMicro
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Apparel decoration software can allow you to customize the corners of shapes and designs. Corners can be adjusted with a simple click of the mouse, making high-quality professional results easy to achieve. There are four different corner types that can be applied:




Auto Corner


Auto Corners are the most popular style in embroidery designs. Auto corners create a natural look and curve by slowly turning the angle lines. These make for a smooth look when the angle of the corner is greater than ninety degrees. Angle lines can be added and subtracted to create different looks.

Hand Sewn Corner

Hand sewn corners eliminate the sharp point at the end of a corner. An abrupt stop is made before the corner is completed and instead the result is a straight line. One issue the some people have with hand sewn corners is that it gives a bit of an unfinished look.

Mitered Corner

Miter corners leave a much different look in which you can more clearly see two different pieces being joined at a sharp point. Mitered corners can cause a higher than normal amount of stitches when dealing with more acute angles.

Capped Corner

Capped corners are an option that is used to hide dividing lines and produce a cleaner look. They look exactly as they sound, like a wizard’s hat has been places over the sharp corner. Capped corners are often applied to small lettering segments.

Make sure that you try out all of the different corner types to see what types work best for you in each and every situation. Keep your stitch count in mind while you experiment with these four options.
edited by PulseMicro on 5/4/2017
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