Husqvarna Viking Topaz 20 62 Load an Embroidery Design from USB Stick

Husqvarna Viking Topaz 20 62 Load an Embroidery Design from USB Stick


To load an embroidery design from the USB
stick, go ahead and put your USB stick in and the designs will show up in their respective
folders. You can look in the sampler book if you’re picking something from this part,
or if you’ve added them, you can go ahead and just arrow down. They’re in alphabetical
order. Having them in folders is nice so you can get to a group a lot quicker. I’m going to go ahead and pick design number
18. I’m going to arrow down to the folder that has designs 18 through 28 in there and
touch okay. Since 18 is the first one, I’m going to go ahead and touch okay again and
it will go ahead and set up for that particular design. Now this is a small design, and it’s showing
me that I need to put on hoop that is a size 80 by 80. Well, that is not a hoop that comes
with my machine, but in this machine, it’s set up where you can have lots of different
hoops. Do check out the video of how to set up so you only have the hoops you own showing
up. First thing we’re going to do, I actually have the big hoop on, the 260 by 200, is I
need to go ahead and tell the machine which hoop I’m using. Touch the hoop icon. Hoop
size is the first option. Notice 80 by 80 is recommended because that’s the size of
that design. It would be best that I would sew that in that smaller hoop for maximum
results. Here’s all the hoops, so every time it comes
up, it’s going to pick one of these hoops that it’s closest to, and once again, that
list gets long and sometimes I like to shrink it down. Check out how to customize your hoops.
For today, 260 by 200, touch okay to put a check mark in that box, and that will then
take us back and let us know that we are working with the larger hoop. Stitch count is right here, 4800 stitches.
Colors, one of four, and we’re on color one. Color one has 329 stitches. All this
is your sewing screen, or stitch out view. What you want to do is if you want to go to
the edit view, alt is your friend. Alt is going to let you move that design around your
hoop, so here’s our nice big playground area. It shows us the size that the design
actually is, and we could actually move it from side-to-side. If we wanted to sew in
the top right corner, we can move it all the way over. The longer you hold the arrows down,
the faster it moves. If you just touch it once, it’s a very small amount of movement.
Then you can move it all the way up to the corner. There’s lots that you can do here, and what
you can … once you want to see where it’s going to stitch, okay will allow you to trace
around the four corners. You can see that little plus going around. Touch it again to
have that be in the center of your design. If you’ve lined it up with a marking on
your fabric, this is the mark you want it to be. You want that little plus to be in
the center, and you need to okay it a total of five times, one in each corner and then
one back to the center for that to go. Touch alt to come out of here and then we’re
ready to stitch, and we will go into each one of these areas a little bit more, but
isn’t that how easy this machine can be?

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