All you need to Know about Bridging Stitches on your Machine
Classes with Valerie Nesbitt • Educational, G, 08-Nov-2021
Bridge stitching is a great way of alternating patterns by adding a stitch in between.
In this video, Valerie and Jayne demonstrate how easy it is to programme in these additional stitches on the Janome Memory Craft 9450 QCP.
Pay special attention at the start of this video for a wonderful project idea. It is a machine mat with all the machine stitches. A very good example of Bridge stitching. A great record of what is on your machine. And, a good bit of practice.
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