Question about Sewing Machines
Well without knowing what machine your using 4 your letters ?? , now if your trying this manually and freehand , the best help I can give is to lightly pencil boundary lines to fabric, this helps greatly in getting your letters the same height , now if your using an automatic machine for your letters , theres a few things to look at b4 allowing the machine to do its thing , first make sure you have placed the presser foot down at least the same thread count from presser foot edge each time u do it !! second if machine doesn't seem to be gripping fabric properly , use a test piece of same fabric until you get your tensions where they need to be , if your automatic machine uses a holding /stretching framework instead of a presser foot , make sure the fabric is the same thread count in from the edge ( one edge to start with) this will give you the best possible chance of getting letters in the same place twice
I know it might seem strange for a ole diesel driver to know so much about monograms but I did repair machines in a handkerchief factory for ten years .prior too !!
Posted on Dec 21, 2016
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