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Thread: use of a satin stitch

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    lazyquilter's Avatar
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    I finally put my table runner together. It's been done, but I never seemed in a hurry to sandwich it. The table runner is a pretty thing. Lakehouse hankerchief blocks on point cause I could spell the word I really wanted and it has a very nice rose bud setting around the diamond hankies. I'm using the backing that's the same in the table runner and it looks very nice. I've decided that i would put it together and then turn inside out. Make sure that I press it carefully and that brings me to the satin. After I do some things the interior of the top of table runner to keep the batting from sliding all srounf.

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    Test the satin stitch on a practice sandwich first. It can create a tunneling problem.

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    thank you.. you are correct. I need to use a sample first.

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