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I am working with the Tajima program. the height of the letters I am
working with are about 6.00 in height. how do you make the satin
stitches shorter and how short do I make them? thanks for your help.
TIA

Re: can anyone give any advice?
Satin stitches do not get shorter but rather span the width of the
item being sewn.
"Tatami" (Japanese for mat) stitches are shorter ones that do not span
the width of the object and take multiple piercings to get across the
width.

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Wrong, satin stitches can be mulitple piercings across an object. Known as
"split-satin".
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Digitizer

      >  I am working with the Tajima program. the height of the letters I
am
      working with are about 6.00 in height. how do you make the satin
      stitches shorter and how short do I make them? thanks for your help.
      TIA



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Re: can anyone give any advice?
Right. "Satin" is not "split satin". Say the two phrases a few times
repeatedly, and you should hear the difference.

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Still wrong, Satin stitch, split or not its still satin stitch.

Digitizer

      >>  Satin stitches do not get shorter but rather span the width of the
      item being sewn.
      >  Wrong, satin stitches can be mulitple piercings across an object.
      Known as "split-satin".
      >>  "Tatami" (Japanese for mat) stitches are shorter ones that do not
      span the width of the object and take multiple piercings to get
      across the width.
      >  Digitizer
      >>   I am working with the Tajima program. the height of the
      >  letters I am
           working with are about 6.00 in height. how do you make the
      satin
           stitches shorter and how short do I make them? thanks for your
      help.
           TIA
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Re: can anyone give any advice?
My ISP has all the posts since 2003 and your name has never posted
before. I guess you are new at this group or new to embroidery.

Semantics is a fine game but I am not interested. The OP still needs
help. What is your suggestion?


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Not all post are kept by your isp. Never heard of the"X-No-Archive" header?
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Yes you are guessing!
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I commented on your definition of "Satin Stitch".
I haven't seen your suggestion to the OP. Still waiting!
Having said that, Crafty has to read the manual on splitting "satin
stitches". I've embroidered 1 foot long thin letters using that method.
Looks great too! Better than Tatami and a whole lot less stitches, as there
is no "step stitch" on the end of the rows.

Digitizer

      >>  Right. "Satin" is not "split satin". Say the two phrases a few
times
      repeatedly, and you should hear the difference.
      >  Still wrong, Satin stitch, split or not its still satin stitch.
      Digitizer
      >>>   Satin stitches do not get shorter but rather span the width
      >  of the
           item being sewn.
      >>   Wrong, satin stitches can be mulitple piercings across an
      >  object.
           Known as "split-satin".
      >>>   "Tatami" (Japanese for mat) stitches are shorter ones that
      >  do not
           span the width of the object and take multiple piercings to get
           across the width.
      >>   Digitizer
      >>>    I am working with the Tajima program. the height of the
      >>   letters I am
      >            working with are about 6.00 in height. how do you make
the
           satin
                stitches shorter and how short do I make them? thanks for
      your
           help.
                TIA




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Re: can anyone give any advice?
Good. My ISP has all the posts regardless of the X-no archive setting.
They are not an archiver and not for public viewing, only subscribers.

You digitizer has some weird settings and your statements appear to be
based upon that concept and not logic.

Wilcom has no such thing as "split satin" and should not have such a
thing. This is an oxymorin, being two terms that disagree with each
other in one phrase.

My help to crafty was posted as the first response. Troll away.

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How do you know your isp has all posts posted since 2003?
And how many posts have their been in this group since January 1 2003?
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And you know this how?
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Which wilcom program are you talking about?
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Definitions of stitches helps the OP in what way?

Digitizer

      >>  My ISP has all the posts since 2003 and your name has never posted
      before.
      >  Not all post are kept by your isp. Never heard of the"X-No-Archive"
      header?
      >>  I guess you are new at this group or new to embroidery.
      >  Yes you are guessing!
      >>  Semantics is a fine game but I am not interested. The OP still
needs
      help. What is your suggestion?
      >  I commented on your definition of "Satin Stitch".
      I haven't seen your suggestion to the OP. Still waiting!
      Having said that, Crafty has to read the manual on splitting "satin
      stitches". I've embroidered 1 foot long thin letters using that
      method. Looks great too! Better than Tatami and a whole lot less
      stitches, as there is no "step stitch" on the end of the rows.
      Digitizer
      >>>   Right. "Satin" is not "split satin". Say the two phrases a
      >  few times
           repeatedly, and you should hear the difference.
      >>   Still wrong, Satin stitch, split or not its still satin
      >  stitch.
           Digitizer
      >>>>    Satin stitches do not get shorter but rather span the
      >  width
      >>   of the
      >            item being sewn.
      >>>    Wrong, satin stitches can be mulitple piercings across an
      >>   object.
      >            Known as "split-satin".
      >>>>    "Tatami" (Japanese for mat) stitches are shorter ones
      >  that
      >>   do not
      >            span the width of the object and take multiple piercings
      to get
                across the width.
      >>>    Digitizer
      >>>>     I am working with the Tajima program. the height of the
      >>>    letters I am
      >>             working with are about 6.00 in height. how do you
      >  make the
                satin
                     stitches shorter and how short do I make them? thanks
      for
           your
                help.
                     TIA
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Re: can anyone give any advice?
Duh. The OP asked about stitches. I believe you have a reading
comprehension and trolling problem.

Since June 25, 2003 I have 8528 messages. I see posts with X Archive
No in them, first line. You should know all that though. My IPS is not
an archive. remember I stated that? I didn't think so.

Reading comprehension problem.

Next troll?

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You avoided the question. Why?
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Definitions of stitches helps the OP in what way?
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So, you don't have all posts since 2003 as you stated. Remember 2003 starts
at January 1st.
You said:
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      My ISP has all the posts since 2003 and your name has never posted
before.
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You have a memory problem?
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Still waiting to see your suggestion to the OP, not a stitch definition!
Share your knowledge please! Will we see it?
I doubt it!

Digitizer

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      setting. They are not an archiver and not for public viewing, only
      subscribers.
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      And how many posts have their been in this group since January 1
      2003?
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to
      be based upon that concept and not logic.
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a
      thing.
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      Digitizer
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           before.
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           header?
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           help. What is your suggestion?
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           Having said that, Crafty has to read the manual on splitting
      "satin
           stitches". I've embroidered 1 foot long thin letters using that
           method. Looks great too! Better than Tatami and a whole lot
      less
           stitches, as there is no "step stitch" on the end of the rows.
           Digitizer
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           to get
                     across the width.
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                          stitches shorter and how short do I make them?
      thanks
           for
                your
                     help.
                          TIA
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Re: can anyone give any advice?
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Hmmm... I'm about 6.00 in height.  Those are pretty big letters!

Re: can anyone give any advice?
I think it was supposed to have a period after the "in"

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thanks for all the help. it was very thoughtful of all of yall.
thanks again


On Tue, 19 Dec 2006 20:00:18 -0500, "John  Bengi"

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