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Yes - It could use a larger hoop.

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Posted on Nov 06, 2010


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When changing hoop size of design do the stitches decreace

Usually, if the design is larger than the hoop, it will not work. So, No, the hoop size does not determine the size of the stitchout.

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Exceeding embroidery area design is smaller than 200x140

Not sure if understanding your question. Guessing your design does not fit within the hoop. Generally, the size of the hoop needs to be slightly larger than the size of a design because the hoop needs to allow space for the presser foot to manipulate within the space. You may need to use a larger hoop or shrink the design.

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When you are editing the design make sure you are actually doing it in the hoop size that you want. It may be that the design has been done in a larger hoop although it does not really require it. I can change the hoop size on my machine. Good Luck!

Oct 15, 2017 | Bernina Sewing Machines

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I bought a large hoop for my machine. But I still

From what I have been able to find out about this model, the embroidery area is limited to 4 x 4.

A larger hoop cannot change the built-in configuration of the machine's computer.

You can use a larger hoop, stitch out what you can and then re-hoop to finish - this is not easy to do.

Measuring the distance between the letters and then centering the last letter to match the previous stitching can be done, but it takes a little practice.

You can make a template using tear away stabilizer.

Stitch out the first 5 letters. Carefully remove the stabilizer - this is going to be a portion of the template.

Hoop another sheet of tear-away and stitch out the last 5 letters (these will partially overlap the first 5 when finished). Remove as in the first step.

Overlap the two templates (tape them together) and this should help you align the letters when you have to re-hoop.

Testing and a bit of practice is how I do it.

There is editing software for splitting designs and if you are interested - check Embird as it seems to be the most reasonable.

May 16, 2010 | Brother HE-120 Sewing Machine

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The machine beeps and says there isn't enough room to finish the embroidery but there is plenty of room left in the hoop. How can you override and continue the design? Using the larger hoop

Depends on what the limit is for your machine.

For example, if an embroidery machine is limited to a 4 x 4 stitching area, then it makes no difference how much larger the hoop is.

May 05, 2010 | Husqvarna Rose

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Why can't I resize any embroidery pattern? If my machine does it, then how do I do it. Also, I bought the larger hoops for my machine and my patterns still can't be used on my machine. The machine says...

The embroidery area is programed into the embroidery machine to be a certain maximum area.

If your machine is limited to 4 x 4, then this is the maximum that can be stitched.

However, there are options. One is software to split the design into two or more sections that will fit within the limitations of the EM.

You have to stitch each section, re-hooping each time, or if your machine will accept a re-positionable hoop, this may save re-hooping.

Embird is a very popular brand that many home embroiderers used.

If you do a search, you will be able to sign up for a free trial of this software.

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How do you use the Plus Hoop on a Husqvarna Viking "Rose" Sewing Machine?

The plus hoop is a multi positional hoop that allows you you to embroider designs up to 4" x 6". It is essential for monogramming and lettering using your Rose. The Rose hooping system is the same as the 1+, the Scandinavia 300 and 400.

The designs you use must be formatted for the plus hoop. That is, the design has already been divided into two or three elements. Each element is an individual design. For instance, say the design is a long stemmed rose. It would probably be divided something like this: design 1: the flower and the top part of the stem, design 2: The middle part of the stem and the leaves, design 3: the bottom part of the stem.

You would hoop up your fabric to be embroidered, attach the hoop to the machine, set the hoop to position 1, select design 1, stitch out design 1, set the hoop to position 2, select design 2, stitch out design 2, set the hoop to position 3, select design 3, stitch out design 3. You should have a complete design when you're done and everything should match up perfectly!

The hoop is divided up into three squares, 4" x 4". Position 1 square overlaps position 2 square and position 2 square overlaps position 3 square. This overlapping allows the designs to stitch out more smoothly.

I hope this helps. Let me know if you have further questions. Carrie

Aug 27, 2008 | Husqvarna Rose

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Bernina deco 600

Sorry to inform you but your machine only sews 4" x 4" . The arm on the machine can only move 4 inches up and down and 4 inches left and right.
The size of the hoop does not affect this. If you have a multi position hoop you can sew multi 4 x 4 areas without re hooping.

Feb 28, 2008 | Bernina Bernette Deco 600

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