Make Yourself Stitch Samples

I have two sewing machines both of which have a variety of stitches for fancy work. In order to better see what each stitch looks like on fabric, I make a sample of each stitch on a plain piece of medium weight fabric. One for each machine. I keep them with the machine for reference. I also write the number of each stitch next to it using a pen.

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By Judy from Birmingham, AL

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April 2, 20120 found this helpful

What a great idea. I have two sewing machines and a serger. I will be using this hint and wondering why I didn't think of it! :)

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