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I'm in need of having a file converted to .dst so it can be embroidered. Anyone know anyone who can help?
 

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Maybe .... Attach a picture
 

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Embroidery is not like printing a high res picture .... Thread thickness limits the detail.
There's Too much detail .. Like the grain and printing on the Bat and other areas.
Can you redraw it in CS3 ???
 

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Sure can. Probably not until tomorrow, but I will cut down the detail. Thanks. Get back to you tomorrow, hopefully.

THanks.
 

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For example .. text about 1/4" tall is as about small as can be digitized.
And no gradients ... limit the colors to the number of different threads you want
Will need to know what size you want it.
 

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Essentially, it's going on a hat, as a logo. Maybe on a jersey, but even then, no more than 3 inches tall.
 

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Can't be copyrighted :mad:
 

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MurphDogg

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Oh, well crap. Was given to me to do. No idea where it originated. Thanks for catching that.
 

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I saw that after you showed me the original. As I said, was given to me and was asked to find a way to convert. I'm not doing that now. Had no idea where it originated. Have told person who sent to me that it is copyrighted and can't be used. Awaiting a response.
Appreciate you helping me out.
 
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