by jberd 25 Apr 2010

Something that will run a little closer to the inside edges of the hoop. I have frames built into my machine but they are decorative. Not for holding the layers together temporarily. I used a decorative frame on a koozie project that included sewing a jeep pattern and lettering close to the edge and could not believe the difference it made on less puckering of the pattern. Still learning about the best method for hooping any help or tips will be appreciated. Thanks for your time

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by meganne 25 Apr 2010

All hoop sizes are different, with different maximum embroidery areas, hence I create the basting stitches for each individual request.

If you send me your hoops (largest sewing perimeter) sizes and your format I will create and send the basting stitches to you.
my emad: melide_menschen@yaoo.com.au

BTW, welcome to Cute.
Hugs and roses, Meganne

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jberd by jberd 26 Apr 2010

Meganne,
Thank you for the kind offer to help with the basting stitches. I tried to contact you via e-mail with the sizes of my hoops but I am getting the dreaded mailer failure notice not sure what I am doing wrong. I noticed the site is having fits so I am wondering if that has anything to do with it
I will try tMeganne,
Thank you for the kind offer to help with the basting stitches. I tried to contact you via e-mail with the sizes of my hoops but I am getting the dreaded mailer failure notice not sure what I am doing wrong. I noticed the site is having fits so I am wondering if that has anything to do with it I will try to send you a private message with my e-mail address and see if that helps. Again thank you for your kind offer to help a fellow cutie.

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