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How to preview where your embroidery design will stitch out

Before stitching out a design, most of the time it is vital to know where your design is going to stitch out!   This especially comes into play when you’re floating your material. An example is, embroidering toilet paper! You don’t want to accidentally embroider off of the toilet paper piece.  What you want to do is click either of the two buttons in the photo. One looks like a needle going onto a fabric with a red plus where the needle is and the other is a dashed arrow going all the way around in a box.  The first one will show you where the needle is going to be for wherever you click.  And the second one is going to take you all around where the needle is going to go for the whole design.  Now you’ll never have to guess where your design will be again!
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How to skip stitches or threads whilst embroidering

Every machine embroiderer has to know how to be able to go back or forwards stitches or threads whilst embroidering.   Has your bobbin thread run out? If you don’t go back stitches before you start embroidering again, that spot won’t be secure and will start to unravel.  Upper thread has run out? Same story as the bobbin thread! Had to turn off your machine and cancel your pattern selection? Meaning that you need to go forwards stitches to get to where you are? No need to re-embroider everything that’s already been done! There are really so many more reasons why you’ll need to know how to skip stitches whilst embroidering!! I’m gonna guide you through what to do as if your bobbin thread ran out while embroidering,  1. Cut your threads, and take the hoop off of your machine.   2. Take out your bobbin and thread in a new one that is full  3. On the bottom right of the LCD screen click the little button that has three little dots, a needle and a -/+  4. Go back about 20 or so stitches and