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Satin stitching gives a shiny finish to your embroidered piece, however it works best with smaller sections or lines.
There is a wonderful tutorial on using Ink/Stitch to make satin stitching on from the University of Geneva.
#Insert the spool of thread into the long pin.
#Before threading, make sure the needle is in its highest position. If not, press the round button with a picture of a needle with a horizontal line through it that is underneath the Brother logo on the front of the machine. If the needle goes down instead of up, press that button once more.
Note: It is advised that you use thread meant for embroidery. It would say embroidery on the spool, this yields higher quality results.
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