Importance of Using Cruise Control when Stitching

Quilt It | Renae Haddadin-Week 3 | Episode 104

With her design set, Renae now sets up the machine to add in the detail. She switches to a fine metallic thread for some curved cross hatching which she then fills in with micro fill-ins. In the video, she explains why the cruise control is used at this stage. Next, she flips the quilt and switches to ribbon floss by YLI in her bobbin (and 40 weight YLI machine quilting thread as her top thread), and stitches at 8 stitches per inch for her outline stitching which defines the bag.

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