I'm sorry, that's wrong. I'm trying to create custom embroidery for my parishioners to hold onto their vestments. I've never done anything like that before. I'm a Roman Catholic so it's kind of tricky for my parish to accept my vestments because of the cost of embroidery. I have a basic "garment embroidery" program that I made where the basic design is already drawn, and I want to make a new design for the back of the vestments. That's why I need a better, more professional embroidery software.
Hey, thanks for making my stuff look better and keep it from being bland! Excellent! I've been dealing with a lot of work lately in embroidery digitizing for the first time so I definitely appreciate some specialized help, especially if you're a pro at it. I'm looking forward to going back to it, hopefully, this afternoon. The software my specs call for is called Billy Embroidery Studio 2.0, and it's very expensive. However, I've also seen it referred to as Billy Embroidery Studio 3, which is also quite expensive. It's a terrible name, in my opinion; it's like calling someone who uses Windows I A.Q. "Billy Enterprise Workstation 3.0".
Thanks for the link. I already have a member of my particular group using Hatch and have had a couple of others try it and really enjoy it. Now I'm seeing that it's not free which is a little troubling, one other proffesional company I had my lid was also not free, so maybe I'll have to check that one out as well. d2c66b5586