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Thread: DHM printing on binding

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    Oh, I'm so going to try this. My sister is having her 3rd baby boy this summer. For the others, I've custom ordered satin edged blankies with their birth info and night-time prayer on the binding. For this one, my Janome 6600 should be able to do it. Now I just need to take the time to figure it out.

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    What a terrific tutorial. Thank you so much. Love the way you teach!
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    Perfect place for the "Machine wash/dry" label!!
    Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
    Done is better than perfect.

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    Very unique idea. an great tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kris P View Post
    Oh, I'm so going to try this. My sister is having her 3rd baby boy this summer. For the others, I've custom ordered satin edged blankies with their birth info and night-time prayer on the binding. For this one, my Janome 6600 should be able to do it. Now I just need to take the time to figure it out.
    I forgot to mention that I used lettering in the size 5.5mm.

    And if your machine has a single pattern button set it at one (1) repeat.

    You don't want the information to continue repeating after it has finished sewing the info. That is the way my machine works. Others may work differently.
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    Thanks for the cute idea and the tutorial on how to do it.
    Bev in TX

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    This is awesome Ube! I never thought of using it like this and love your tutorial!
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    Great idea! I just got a machine that will do this, and I can't wait to try it out. Thanks for the great tutorial.

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    Great tute and super idea. Thank you very much for posting.

    Judy in Phx, AZ

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    Super Tute and idea - I'm going to try this.
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