The majority of the embroidery machines and software do not reproduce colors faithfully. In order for you to choose accurate or actual colors every design is supplemented with an image file in a .JPG or a PDF format (we use Robinson-Anton Color Palette). If you already have the Embird software ( ...
If need a Color Chart for another type of embroidery threads, please write a ticket to our Helpdesk. Go to Account > Helpdesk or simply select it from the at the top of the page. Type in your Subject – “I need another Color Chart”. Choose the Priority, so ...
Go to Account > My orders. On the left side of each design on the image you will see a button Color table.
Click on it and you will see a color chart.
You can save it in .jpg format or print it by clicking on the appropriate Save or Print buttons. If your computer or tablet has ...
Currently we provide color charts for the following embroidery threads:
Embird supports many embroidery formats – industrial as well as home ones. While home embroidery formats store color palette in the same file with the stitches, industrial ones use default color palette, which usually results in the wrong colors.
To correct this, switch on the ...
By using Color Manager, you can change the color of every object in the design to the one of your own choosing. You can use the Color Chart file that comes with your order of that particular design as a reference point or create your own unique color scheme. Read more here.
We can not guarantee that your embroidery software will reflect the machine embroidery thread colors that we used to sew the embroidery designs. Each embroidery machine format has a certain amount of colors in its palette. Because of this, not all colors will translate from the digitized file to ...