Circular Attachment with Decorative Stitches for Quilting
Quilting Equipment • Educational, G, 07-Feb-2022
You can get fabulous effects to match patchwork motifs or add a flourish to your borders by using the circular attachment with decorative stitches.
It is simple to do. You are not altering how the machine sews, just how the work moves through the machine as you sew.
In this video, Valerie and Jayne demonstrate how to put the circular attachment on the machine, how to select the stitch and then how run your work through the machine.
There is a particularly useful hint about how to use photocopies of your samples to create templates for your work.
This video is also part of the #IDidntLikeToAsk Video series hosted by Valerie Nesbitt and Jayne Brogan.
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