The edge around yesterday's D4P border left much to be desired
if a satin stitch was the intent.
As I mentioned, my Viking Lily 555 has a dedicated Satin Stitch.
My Bernina 440 does not.
However, after consulting a not very clear or concise Bernina Instruction Book
I was able to do this lovely Satin Stitch this morning by shortening the length of the zig-zag stitch.
Here's my first attempt at Satin Stitch with my 440.
The design of these letters is taken from an
Amy Bradley design.
I cut the letters out last night and
Satin Stitched this far this morning before we went out for lunch.
I'll finish the last couple in a bit.
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I noticed yesterday after I posted that the color on the front side of the D4P was off,
but let it pass.
however, some one [you know who you are] mentioned the color.
So here it is as it should have been posted yesterday.
I hope this appears closer to the original color.
However, the zig-zagged edges still aren't satin stitch.
After yesterday afternoon's high temp of 93 degrees F
the difference between it and
today's temp of 42 degrees F
is over FIFTY DEGREES.
Every one I encountered while out and about today
" - - - it's sooooo cold ! - - - -"
Spring is still out there some where, but where ??????
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