It is a very annoying thing that a patterned edging does not connect well with the interior, but at the same time, it ...
It is a very annoying thing that a patterned edging does not connect well with the interior, but at the same time, it is also an easy problem to solve. All the pattern maker has to do is stretch the inner fill out to meet the binding or adjust the binding slightly inward to meet the interior. This distance is determined by the size of the padding. Larger fills require more adjustment than smaller fills.
Why is this so? Because when we embroider on fabrics, most base fabrics show some of their natural properties. This means that as the needle moves up and down while the embroidery machine is embroidering, the fabric is stretched, which causes distortion, so the pattern maker has to make changes. Hence, this one is called stretch repair.
The letters also need to be patched. Some letters have horizontal columns and some have vertical columns. When the lines are run horizontally, the letters look fine, but the density pulls the lines together and makes them look a little taller.
This pull is lateral and not easily visible to the naked eye. However, vertically, the density pulls the fabric together and makes some particular letters appear shorter than others. Good letters are not horizontal and contoured on a monitor. Stretch repair will be used for the letters so that the letters will be embroidered at the same height on the garment.