Splitting Designs in Perfect Embroidery Pro

If you love jumbo designs but don’t have a jumbo hoop, you can easily split a design in Inspirations’ Perfect Embroidery Pro. Follow along with me to learn how.

Open a new file in Perfect Embroidery Pro. Click on the Monogram tool and select Mono17. Type in the letter P. Change the height to 6” and click Apply. Split1

Select the design on the screen and click on the Split Design icon. Split2

The Split Design screen appears. Click on the arrow in the Hoop field and select your hoop. I entered 130×180. The red boxes illustrate two hoopings: 1:1 and 2:1. You can move the boxes to select what portion of the design you want to stitch in the first and second hoop. It’s a good idea to move the boxes to split the design at a natural point. In this instance, where the upper right of the P meets the left leg of the P. Click on Split Preview to see the actually split. Split3

The first hooping appears in the preview window.Split4

When you click in the second hooping area, the preview window changes to the second hooping. Split5

Toggle between the first and second hooping to view each individually. If you want to adjust the split, click on Split Preview again. Move the boxes around each portion of the design. Click on Split Preview again to see you changes.

Once you’re satisfied with the split, click Save and the software will save the design into two separate files and templates of both portions.Split6

Print a template of each design and send the designs to your machine. Splitting designs has never been easier.  Give it a try, this is a skill you’ll use over and over again!

 

 

3 Comments on Splitting Designs in Perfect Embroidery Pro

  1. jean templemeyer
    December 27, 2015 at 6:48 am (3 years ago)

    does this sew out basting stitches for the red lines for the second hooping?,love the software ,Jean

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  2. Sandie
    December 27, 2015 at 8:38 pm (3 years ago)

    that is a cool feature. I have a baby lock Esante my biggest hoop is 6×10 or 10×6.(160×260)
    I would love to do a bigger design. I am trying to figure out how to do continuous embroidery.

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  3. Vickie
    December 29, 2015 at 5:19 am (3 years ago)

    I would love to see a lesson on how to line up the parts on your project and stitch them out.

    Reply

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