by noah 15 Jan 2018

Ok i want to get this knock down stitch as perfect as i can Or what suits me lol So here are the 3 i been working on**look at picture #2 you can see the K/D stitch (white) on the outside of it****I left it white so we can see it instead of matching the towel OK then it gets better and better Give it a try Girls Hugs and thanks for LQQKING!!!!!Carolyn

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by clv6992 17 Jan 2018

This is a new idea to me that I am not familiar with so could you explain it a bit more. I wasn't aware of this procedure so on my Siberian Husky, I used lighter weight white fleece under the embroidery when I did a fleece scarf. I look forward to your response.... Thank you. Carol

PS. You did a nice job on all of your towels.

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noah by noah 17 Jan 2018

Hi:I have SewWhat Pro and the knock down stitch is one of the features. You use it for fabrics with a high nap...eg....towels. What it does is put stitches under your design to press down the nap, so you don't have to use a top stabilizer

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by liliana1 16 Jan 2018

Very well done. These look great

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noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

thanks hugs

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by pennyhal2 16 Jan 2018

I can see where the KD stitches would come in handy, especially in designs like that wolf where there are lots of places for the pokies to show. I think you have mastered KD techinque! Looking at the designs they look pretty dense. Do the KD stitches make the fabric a lot stiffer?

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noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

yep it is stiffer

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by sonjapotgieter 16 Jan 2018

Beautiful designs!!!Great work done..Beautiful!!!

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noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

thanks hugs

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by sebsews 16 Jan 2018

At first I thought it was applique. Now I understand what knock down is. You have done a great job on the knock downs!

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noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

lol thanks

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by mechille 16 Jan 2018

Looks good Carolyn... Keep up the good work. I hadn't seen this before... still learning from y'all everyday.... Thanks for sharing with us..
Have a great day and stay warm.

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noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

i am trying lol hugs

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by jerrib 16 Jan 2018

Are these done with the SewWhat Pro feature? I do like it...to me it makes the design stand out more and looks like a border around it.
I love this feature on SewWhat Pro..
Good job Carolyn.

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noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

yes it is Jerri hugs

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by pennifold 16 Jan 2018

I'm still none the wiser, what is a knock down stitch and where do you find it on your machine? You have a Husqvarna like mine I think, so I'm very curious. Great work by the way. Love Chris

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jerrib by jerrib edited 16 Jan 2018

Hi Chris: Carolyn has SewWhat Pro and the knock down stitch is one of the features. You use it for fabrics with a high nap...eg....towels. What it does is put stitches under your design to press down the nap, so you don't have to use a top stabilizer

noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

yeppppppppp****

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by katydid 16 Jan 2018

Carolyn, your energizer battery is causing me slow down. Please re charge!!!

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noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

Oh no not that again*****plug into the nearest out to your bed****lol hugs

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by basketkase edited 16 Jan 2018

Looks like you have it mastered....

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noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

darn near my friend***

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by fayebusby 16 Jan 2018

SO CUTE,MAY I ASK WHERE THE THUMPS UP PATTERN CAME FROM ?.

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noah by noah 16 Jan 2018

You can ask it was a facebook freebie

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