Other Editing Capabilities
Basic features such as mirroring, rotating,
and repositioning designs within the embroidery area can be handy.
Most embroidery machines should have these, but ask about details.
Some machines let you rotate designs just a
couple of degrees at a time; others only allow rotating in preset
increments such as 90%. You can, of course, also control the
positioning of a design by how you orient the hoop on the fabric.
In general, the more advanced the home
embroidery machine, the more on-screen editing features it'll have.
You may also be able to combine designs, or add text to a design via
built-in fonts on the machine. Keep in mind that these likely are
things you could also do in embroidery software on your computer
(which we tend to prefer; your mileage may vary).