This looks great and seems easy to do this way. Arlene
Thats so nice to see how easy it is.
Thank you for sharing with us.
Good job - and I always use the "fix" on my machine which is the basting stitch. I seldom hoop anything that I am stitching on. I don't like to see hoop burn on the items.
This is a great technique. For those of you that have the Viking machines, most of them have a fix feature. That will do the same thing. Before stitching out the design press the fix button. I love the feature. It also allows you to check the placement of the design.
Yes, these are amazing to work with. Thanks for sharing.
Meganne offered those. They are ever so useful.
Great job! Does someone please have the link?
If you use a wss topper it is much easier to remove the basting stitches and it also helps hold the thread on top of the towel and keep the terry cloth of the towel down. Great job
Guess I am being dense but, basting to what? I am always open to helpful hints.
To the stablizer. You only hoop the stablizer, which is great for the thick pile fabrics.
This is a great idea as towels seem to work out of frame before it is done a lot of times.
a very good technique ***
Isn't that basting stitch wonderful? I never hoop my embroidery. *4U
Well, I have never dare to do like that, I must try!!!
Came out GREAT! I hate hooping, LOL ;D *2U
This looks like it stitched out great - hope you don't have trouble getting the basting stitches out.
That's what I was thinking. Will them come out ok on towels?
I always cut the basting stitches on the backside, they are easy to cut under the stabiliser.
Yes the basting stitch came out very easy I removed it from the back before I removed the tearaway. the basting is a wide stitch
alot of things I would like to do with out hooping.