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Whether you are an embroidery business or a fun hobbyist, owning two hoops in each size for your machine is a time saver...
Mistakes can happen!
Perhaps, you are like me stitching at midnight, you are tired and you just want to finish up some T's for a bridal shower. Oh, and the party is at 10:30 the next morning! It's a repetitive design, so you just need to do a name change on each shirt. Ah! Just that name change, can do you in. Yes, Brother NEXT software and Babylock's Palette 9 offers the name drop feature which does reduce mistakes and save time, however, you decided to rely on your tired brain. You have your two hoops hard at work so while one is stitching the other is being prepared to go next - And then it happens...
Always try to own two hoops of each size needed when doing "production" work. If a mistake happens you can leave the item in the hoop and work on fixing it (removing stitches, if needed) while the next item is stitching. This saves you on down time. And by leaving the "broken item" in the hoop, you stand a much better chance of returning the design to the needed stitching point and fixing it!
And so you are not a business? But late at night when you are turning out those last minute gifts, things still go awry! While Susie's gift is stitching, you can fix the stitch oops on Dianne's gift, all because you owned two hoops in the needed size.