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These are great Martine and such perfect stitching. Great job, love Chris
Thank you. Used the Ruby and let the machine do the work.
I like the use of decorative stitches. I think it takes something boring to eye catching. I have some of the stitches you do, but don't know how you did the little flower leaves/stems. Of course digitizing is Greek to me.
It all looks well and evenly spaced.
Well, I digitised nothing. On my machine you can program the single repeats of different stitches into a mixed sequence. That's what I did in the flower: tulip 1x, leaves 2x. Sketched 3 lines with tailor's chalk on the fabric and sewed along those lines.
For the spacing I used the width of the foot - and draw a line along a ruler to start straight.
Love the result you get. True I had not made use of my decorative stitches till I saw one of Sues trials. Now I am finishing off a Quilt where I had so much fun testing them.
I have been doing that too. Before ME I made stitch combinations to make broad stripes and that's what I had not done in a long time. Let's say I rediscovered the fun of it.
I like the one u made into a flower, some of these I have on my machine I used them on my crazy patch.
I too use it for crazy patchwork. So much faster than doing by hand.
So effective - I try to use my inbuilt stitches as often as possible. They do look great on denim don't they?
Yes, they do. But the less dense benefit from a thicker thread.
I like to use cotton thread.