Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Stitch Reference Guide

A Stitch book is an invaluable reference tool which displays your sewing machines built in stitches.

Stitches from the Janome Memory Craft 8900
I always recommend to everyone who purchases a new machine to take the time and stitch out every stitch that is built in, onto fabric and stabilizer.  This gives you A: a chance to play with their machine and learn how to select your stitches and B: a handy item which can be used again and again when looking for the perfect stitch to use on a project.

Di with her Buttonhole reference guide from her Bernina 830LE
You can click here to see how to make a Stitch Bible from We All Sew with Carol Ann Waugh who is an amazing Fiber Artist.

Built in stitches on the Bernina 790
So if you haven't already, why not sit down with your sewing machine and start your stitch book today.  Such a useful and handy reference item and a great excuse to go and sew!

Built in stitches on the Bernina 790
Happy Stitching! Kimz Team x

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