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Designing A Stitch - Brother 882-C50 Operational Manual

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DESIGNING A STITCH

By using the "MY CUSTOM STITCH" function,
you can register stitches you have created yourself.
You can also sew designs combining "MY
CUSTOM STITCH" creations with built-in
characters (see page S-89).
Memo
• Stitches that you create with "MY CUSTOM
STITCH" can be a maximum of 7 mm
(approx. 9/32 inch) wide and 37 mm
(approx. 1-1/3 inches) long.
• Stitches can be designed more easily with
"MY CUSTOM STITCH" if you first draw the
stitch on the included grid sheet.
a
Draw the stitch design on the grid sheet
(part code SA507, GS3:X81277-151).
Memo
• Simplify the design so that it can be sewn
as a continuous line. For a more attractive
stitch, close the design by intersecting lines.
If the design is to be repeated and linked,
the start point and end point of the design
should be at the same height.
b
Decide the spacing of the stitch.
*
By adjusting the spacing of a stitch, you can create
various patterns with one stitch.
c
Place points where the pattern intersects
with the grid, and connect all the points
with a line.
d
Determine the x and y coordinates of each
of the marked points.
Memo
• This will determine the stitch design that will
be sewn.
DESIGNING A STITCH
Sewing S-103
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