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Posted by EmbroideryShristi
 - May 31, 2012, 10:17:10 pm

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Posted by EmbroideryShristi
 - May 06, 2012, 11:08:25 am
Fast Frames-Bags

If you have a way to print a template of your design with crosshairs, print your design.

1. Measure your bag on the horizontal and mark the center with blackboard chalk on the top and bottom of your ruler so that you have two dots the width of the ruler apart.

2. Turn the ruler vertically and connect the two dots as you draw a vertical line the length of the purse.

3. Line up the vertical center line of the template with your chalk line. Move the template
North and South until it is where you want it. Using the chalk, mark the purse at the ends of the horizontal marks on the template.

4. Move the template and connect the two horizontal points. Now find a FF that is bigger than the design...using the template. Put the frame in the bag and clip it. Go to the sew screen and use the scissors button. Using the arrow buttons move the frame so that the needle drops in the center of your chalk cross. Sew on...! If your design is lined up in the center of the frame with the cross and the template fits well within the borders of the frame, you don't need to trace.
Posted by EmbroideryShristi
 - May 06, 2012, 11:07:50 am
t shirt fast frame helps is been uploaded here