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Thread: Adjusting Serpentine Stitch on Babylock Symphony/SID foot

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    Adjusting Serpentine Stitch on Babylock Symphony/SID foot

    Morning everyone,

    Last night I was reading (I think on this board!) about using the serpentine stitch for quilting and that it isn't adjustable on a Babylock Espire.
    I have the Symphony and stitch Q-18 is a serpentine stitch and you can adjust it's size. I am going to try it out this week end, never used it for SID. Not sure about on my Elegante2, she's embroidering right now so can't check.
    I also have the SID foot and I use mine whenever I stitch in the ditch.....works like a charm.
    I am in possession of many quilting motiffs for embroidering on my quilt, just need to do it!

    Happy stitchin!

    Bev
    Our lives are like quilts....bits and pieces....joys and sorrows....stitched together with love.
    Babylock Crescendo, Elegante2, and Ellure.....for the love of sewing!

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    I love using the serpentine stitch to do stitch over the ditch. I have a hard time keeping my SITD in the ditch so this works well for.

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    I think the serpintine stitch is one of the most versitile stitchs. I do use it all the time for quilting.

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    what foot is the SITD foot, didn't know babylock had one

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