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Thread: Brother CS6000i owners?

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    Super Member Mitch's mom's Avatar
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    Brother CS6000i owners?

    If any of you have your machine out ( I don't want anyone to go to any trouble) would you please tell me if stitch #39 is a mock hand quilting stitch? I know I had a hand quilting stitch on one of my Brother machines. I had a CS6000i and a SE270D embroidery machine. I sold them both to upgrade to my larger embroidery machine which to my chagrin, does not have that stitch on it.

    I am looking for that particular stitch. If you know of another Brother machine that does it please chime in and let me know!
    Tracy

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    Are you talking about a blanket stitch, what stitch are you talking about because all the higher end brothers have the same stitches as lower end models plus some, so your machine should have the stitches of that model.
    Brother XL-3500i, SQ-9050, Dreamweaver XE6200D

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    here is a link to the manual http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/B1k-cfSTwXS.pdf
    if you scroll about 5/6 the way down, you will find stitch #39. it uses the Q foot and is described as Hand-look quilting.

    i'm glad you pointed that out because i have not explored all of the stitches on my machine
    Nancy in western NY

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    It is a PC6500 with only 6 decorative and 5 heirloom stitches. It has a bunch of utility stitches but is very limited in anything fancy.

    No It isn't a blanket stitch. I have the applique stitch. The one I'm looking for is a mock hand quilting stitch

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    On my Brother 6800 it is stitch 23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    here is a link to the manual http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/B1k-cfSTwXS.pdf
    if you scroll about 5/6 the way down, you will find stitch #39. it uses the Q foot and is described as Hand-look quilting.
    Mine's out but not set up on table...am getting ready to baste layers on table. The manual says use J foot.....I don't have a Q foot. Is that the right one? I'd forgotten about that stitch and want to try it....Thanks for the reminder. I'm just learning this machine and I love it!! First new machine I've had.....all others are vintage. I wanted the blanket stitch so got it and have been pleased about all the positive reviews I've seen here about it. Will try this stitch in next few days. Polly

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    I have a Brother PC-420 and that stitch is #59 on my machine.
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    I have that machine and I've never been able to figure out what that stitch is for--is it for FMQ?

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