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  1. #1
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    Digitizing for Mylar

    Hi everybody! I've been caught up in the mylar embroidery...colors are distracting. Anyway! I'm having issues with the "running" stitches underneath my complex fill. I don't have any underlay on, and am just trying to get a mesh pattern. Is there a way to get any kind of running stitches to go along the outside of the pattern? Thanks for reading!

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    You can manually pull the running stitches out to the side. This is a pain because then when you want to edit any part of your design, you will have to manually do it all over again.
    Also, you can divide your shape into more than one part and carefully edit the ins and outs and use running stitches you digitize yourself.
    Juli in Kona<br />Stitches in Paradise

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    Turn Trapunto on.
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    Jerome in Minnesota
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    here is a screen shot
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    opps.
    here you go
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  6. Thanks JEmbroider Thanked for this post
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    Thank you so much, Jerome! That's exactly what I needed!

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    Here's the snowflake I'm working on. The trapunto is defintely an improvement! Just wanted to share
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