to finish repeating.
• Once you have cut a repeated pattern into
separate elements, you cannot return to the
original repeated pattern.
• Each element can be edited separately in
the edit screen. See "Selecting combined
embroidery patterns" on page E-82.
■ Color Sorting Repeated Patterns
to automatically change the sewing
order of colors in combined border embroidery
patterns so that the same color can be continuously
sewn. This allows you to continue sewing without
repeatedly changing the upper thread or changing
the sewing order manually.
• In combined stitch patterns that contain two
or more border patterns or other patterns
combined with border patterns, the sewing
order of only the border patterns is
• When a group of two or more patterns using
border patterns is repeated, the sewing
order is changed so that the same color can
be sewn continuously in each pattern.
■ Assigning Thread Marks
By sewing thread marks, you can easily align
patterns when embroidering a series. When sewing
is finished on a pattern, a thread mark in the shape
of an arrow will be sewn using the final thread.
When sewing a series of patterns, use the point of
this arrow for positioning the following designs to be
• When repeatedly sewing individual patterns,
thread marks can be sewn around the
perimeter of the pattern only.