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How do I add new thread colors such as the varigated colors

I would like to update my designer 1SE software (Customizer, Stitch Editor, etc) to include varigated threads and new colors and they evolve. Is there a place to go to get new colors from Husq or is there a way to create them myself and add them into the system?
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Contact Husky HQ in your country, or ask your local dealer for advice.

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