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BuzzEdit Written Tutorials

The following written tutorials are available for BuzzEdit. Just click on the graphic or the link to be taken to the complete article. The newest articles are added to the top of the list. Enjoy!

How to Bury Jump Stitches

One of the most powerful features of BuzzEdit is its ability to help you "fix" designs that have jump stitches or other un-desirable features. With BuzzEdit you can ZOOM WAY IN and fix one stitch at a time when needed. This is especially useful when you want to bury long jump stitches by breaking the jump stitch into smaller stitches that are sewn underneath other areas. Not only can this make sew out faster but it also eliminates having to trim the jump stitches from your finished embroidery. Read Complete Article...


Cloning Word-Art (Requires BuzzEdit & BuzzWord)

The stores are filled with cute and inspirational framed Word-Art these days. While I love the cute quotes, I prefer the look of embroidered artwork. Embroidery makes the framed art look more expensive and I can customize my design by adding elements such as other embroidery designs which further enhance the end result. Read Complete Article...


Splitting Over Sized Designs in BuzzEdit Using the Multi-Hoop Tool

Our tech support team recently received an email from a customer who was confused about how to split an oversized design for manual hooping. Although we have information in our manual and video tutorials that cover this topic, what Marsha really wanted was a step-by-step guide for this process. We thought this was a great idea, so here you go Marsha! Read Complete Article...


How to Create a Free-Form Multi-hoop using BuzzEdit v3

Creating a multiple hoop design in BuzzEdit v3 has never been easier. For customers though one of the hardest things to understand is how to create a multiple hoop layout. Software is based on math and let's face it, machine embroidery is a creative process and nothing like Algebra class :-) Read Complete Article...


Creating Kaleidoscope Designs with BuzzEdit

A simple creative design can be made from any three initials. For this example, I used the word MOM because I am using the design to decorate a grocery bag for a Mother's Day present. However, any two or three letters can be used to create the Kaleidoscope design. Read Complete Article...


Using BuzzEdit to Remove Stitches from Under Overlapped Elements

When merging multiple designs into a new layout, it sometimes makes sense to overlap them. However appealing this may be to the eye, it can cause problems at the machine because the overlapped area are double stitched - first for the bottom layer and then again for the top layer. It you have ever tried this you know where it can lead - to a thick matted embroidery and a potential mess at the machine.. Read Complete Article...


Becoming a Design Master Chef using BuzzEdit (from Designs in Machine Embroidery)

FREE DESIGNS TO DOWNLOAD The Jan/Feb 2014 Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine features an article on Becoming a Design Master Chef using BuzzEdit. The design used in the article is available below so that you can follow along with the article. Using the information from the article, see how many new designs you can create! Read Complete Article...


General Tutorials

How to Save Different PES File Versions

Did you know that the Buzz Tools customizing programs save to different versions of the PES format? If you are asking what does this mean, it is important if you have a PES file that will not open into your PED Basic or other software. Of course the most current native PES software (Palette or PE Design) support the various versions but other programs you use may not. Read Complete Article...