I posted the below text in this post http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=345845.0
I'm reposting it here as a separate post because I believe strongly the importance of sharing and spreading the word when I find a good product just as I feel strongly in sharing and spreading the word when I find a product that sucks. Urban Threads does not suck!
Here's my original post..........
I purchased this same design from UT a couple of months ago. I test stitched it out and it stitched beautifully. I haven't put it on anything yet but I'm dying to.
What's more.... I had to take my machine in for some updates and adjustments because it stopped stitching properly right in the middle of another design.
This one... http://www.urbanthreads.com/product_details?product_id=63&category_id=27
So I left the emb in the hoop and loaded up the whole mess.
My repair person fixed the machine and we finished embroidering the design right there. While it was running we chatted and she commented that 'this design sure is stitching nicely. It is well digitized.' Her words. So I shared the name of the Urban Threads website with her. She's not a digitizer but those of us who emb a lot can recognize a well digitized design from a crappily digitized design because we embroider a lot and have experienced our share of both
One more thing. Last year I did a little digitizing. When I say a little I mean very little. It is time consuming and tedious. I have a new-found respect for someone who takes the time to work with a design till it stitches out perfectly. It's easy to want to give in before that.
UT's designs are great, I highly recommend them
Ok, back to now times...Go to Urban Threads right now... http://www.urbanthreads.com/
They are having a sale till the 9th. Some designs are only $1.00 and trust me when I say they are worth their REGULAR price. I took advantage of it yesterday. Now I have so many plans for recons with these newly purchased designs I can't fit them all in my head
My helpful tips for today...
1. Go to Urban Threads http://www.urbanthreads.com/
2. Always carry a notebook!