Using Decorative Satin Stitches on your Sewing Machine
#IDidntLikeToAsk Series with Valerie Nesbitt and Jayne Brogan • Educational, G, 25-Oct-2021
Jayne Brogan and Valerie Nesbitt show you an exciting range of creative ideas using Decorative Satin stitches.
You’ll learn how to elongate satin stitches (up to 5 times!) and how to combine different stitches automatically. They will also show you how to create embroidery effects.
Jayne will then show you how the machine does the lock stitch automatically. A very handy tip.
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