When splitting designs one can make it harder or easier depending on the design. Is it a design must “sit together”, you get to insert so-called alignment lines and do a "re-hoop" that is, hooping once again aligning the next part and with the so-called alignment guidelines as benchmarks.
Här tyckte jag att det fanns ett väldigt enkelt alternativ eftersom jag ändå skulle behöva sy fast kortet på kartongen med vanlig symaskin och det var att helt enkelt sy det i 2 delar.
Det enda jag gjorde var att dela kortet i mitten utefter den mittenlinje som fanns. Sedan lade jag till 2 stycken raksömslinjer efter kanterna där designen delats. Detta kan ju göras på många sätt antingen att man manuellt ”klyver designen på mitten i sitt Embroidery Software. Eller så har man kanske i sitt Embroidery Software en funktion som kan splitta designs. Vill man göra det allra, allra enklast så delar man designen. Brodera de två delarna och rita man en linje med linjal efter mittlinjen och sy en raksöm där. Det går att göra på många olika sätt.
The only thing I did was to divide the card in the middle along the middle line that was already there. Then I added two straight stitch lines for the edges where the design was divided. This can of course be done in many ways, either manually by splitting the design in half in ones Embroidery Software. Or, perhaps you Embroidery Software has a function that can split designs. If you want to make it very, very easy to divide the design and embroider the two parts. Then you draw a line with a ruler after the center line and sew a straight stitch seam there. It can be done in many ways.
What I did was to open the design in the Premier + Ultra Design Aligner. Told the program that I wanted to use the 130x180 mm hoop. As Alignment stitch style, I chose Baste which meant that a basting stitch line was sewn around the designs and the line settles right in the middle. Since I do not have use for the original center line I removed it before "the split" was performed. It was soooo easy just a few clicks, and then it was done 😊
The reason I want a side stitch that holds the layers of fabric and interlining is that I will cut with the rotary cutter and ruler along the edges with a 2-mm seam allowance but just as close to the line in the middle, I can without cutting it off.
Finished and you know it took a lot longer to write and photograph this than to do this. So even if you don't have large hoops you can in this case sew the big card in a very simple way using a smaller hoop.
Finally it was just to put the card on the card stock and sew a straight stitch along the edges. There are great instructions in the design collection of the card sewn in the original it is, in a larger hoop in one piece.Designs: XL Easter Cards from FruBlomgren