Converting your artwork into a stitch-ready design
Art files have to be redrawn as stitch files in order for them to be embroidered. This conversion process is called digitization and is done by a digitzer who understands design and the technical requirements that go into preparing a file for embroidery machines to read. For our Tajima embroidery machines to read your file, it needs to be saved in a .dst (Data Stitch Tajima) format.
If you’re not familiar with this format, you can have the file converted by a digitizer of your choice, or you can request to have us digitize your design. This video will show you how to submit a digitization request and when to expect your converted file.