Never heard of this before, but I can see where it can be useful. Love how you used varigated thread!
I can import all of the stitches to the hoop from machine on my Pfaff 2140 and 2170. Both machines are from the 2002-2007 era. However, it is bound to be a quicker method in newer machines.
Ooh, looks like fun. My equipment is several years old, so I doubt I have this capacity on my Designer SE, and my software is 4D.
I haven't tried it yet. Glad you mentioned it because I didn't realize that I could. So many features and yet I seem to stay stuck on what I already know.
I did Stitch stacking on my Designer Diamond Deluxe.
Thank you for showing those. They are very pretty. I thought you were a Janome girl!
I have a Diamond Deluxe. I didn't know we could do this. Cuties are the best!!! I lean sew much here!!!
I am a Janome girl.I have Janome 12000 and Janome 11000 too. I tried to do on Janome 12000 but it does not have the features like DDD to do stitch stacking.
Nice feature to have!!! I'm waiting patiently for my DREAM MACHINE to arrive one day, LOL FIESTA ;D
My Ruby does not have that feature, but I can use the fancy stitches in my (6D) software and can make new ones in 6D (see the 6D Creator ReferenceGuide page 150-151 for those who have 6D) They can then be used in the software as motif stitches, or exported as .spx-files to the machine (cable or usb-drive) to be used in the sewing mode of the machine.
And I just cheched and saw that Embird can read .spx and convert .eof to .spx as well. Hurray. So thanks for asking the question!
Looking forward to seeing what you do with the new idea!
My Ellisimo has this option and I have used a few of them for accents and borders on some of my quilts...they can be sized up in the machine to 200%. Also, I can save them onto my USB stick and then import them into my digitizing software to use them there too...
I know Baby Lock Destiny 2 will do it. On face book MissyB stitching showed how to do this on the Destiny 2.
I have not heard of this, tell us more about it.