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Babylock® Destiny

Machine Info. from Babylock®
Specifications  
Sewing Area: 240mm (9.45") x 360mm (14.17")
Needle Type: Flat Shank Domestic
Bobbin Type: Style A or Type 15
Read Formats: PES 
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Dianne P.

Hello I have a Baby lock Destiny .. I am trying to download a pattern . It says it is on the memory stick but there is no pattern for that item when I take my memory stick and load it on my machine . One time I had to use another format.. not pes because the pattern had a defect in the size pattern I needed.. but I can't think of the right format.. can you help me out ?

Dianne

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Heather B.

Hi, Dianne. We're sorry to hear of your difficulty in downloading. I don't see that you bought the design from us, so I'll just generally give you some advice. First off, you'll want to make sure the design is not too large. Your Destiny has a pretty cushy sewing area, but if the design is over 9.5" x 14", your machine will not be able to read it unless you size it down first. However, if the design is smaller than 9.5" x 14", I'd recommend trying the .DST format and see if you can get that to work.

Best wishes!

~Heather
info@embroidery.com

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Tamara D.

Have a question... I have trouble embroidering on Tshirts..any advise? Also can I do hats on my Babylock Destiny? Maybe I'm using wrong needle.

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Heather B.

Hi, Tamara. Thanks for the question.

When embroidering on t-shirts, here are some tips: 1) Use a ballpoint needle rather than a sharp needle. 2) We recommend using a fusible mesh stabilizer such as Floriani's No Show Fusible Mesh, which will help keep your shirts from stretching out of shape. 3) Pre-wash your t-shirts, since t-shirts have a tendency to shrink. 3) If possible, use a light density design. According to Craftsy, "Heavy designs make shirts stiff and lumpy, often puckering around the edges because the fabric can’t support the dense stitches." 4) Test stitch!

I hope this helps!

~Heather
info@embroidery.com

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