Question about Brother Disney PE-400D Computerized Sewing Machine
I use the underscore. Very easy. It's a simple two snip to remove the underscore and you have your space.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
I am not totally sure but I do not think you can leave a space. If you are doing two or more words and want to leave a space then you would have to completely finsh sewing at the end of each word(cut the thread) and start the next word seperate. To continue sewing straight through the thread will remain attached and will form a stitch. Sounds strange but if you think about it, it is logical, with the machine threaded and sewing, every needle stroke WILL form a stitch. Other thing you could do is at the end of every word select an "underscore" and stitch this to whatever gap you need between words then start your new word. Once you have finished unpick the "underscore.
Sounds a bit complicated and time consuming but as I said I have never been asked this before and it is a guess at a solution.
Best of luck
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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