No two typesetters can do it exactly the same way, and everybody arranges it according to his own experience. But there are some common rules that can be followed:
If the embroidered fabric is knitted or knitted, when it is spread on the machine, under tension, it reacts differently to various forms of needling. Because the fabric is only fixed around the embroidery frame through the periphery, the balance should be adjusted according to the effect of stitch on the fabric.
When the fabric is hoop on a ring, the fabric is less responsive to the needle method; but on the shuttle, when the frame is larger, especially when its circumference is more than 700 inches, this effect becomes very important.