I worked on the monogrammed bags I am making for Christmas gifts over the weekend. I had already been successful with one bag. The monogram came out really well. So I continued on with working on some more bags. I was not happy to discover that different letters of the alphabet need to be spaced differently, depending on the shape of the letter! I'm afraid I messed up two of the panels that would have become bags.
Here's the one that I made weekend before last came out great on the first try.
But this one is Bad! That "W" is way too close to the center "S".
It turned out much better on this practice piece. I wrote down the numbers and can now monogram the bag correctly.
This one is kind of hard to see, but the "J" on the right is just not right.
This practice piece is much better and I did write down the numbers for future reference!
This one came out ok the first time, thankfully!
Here the machine is set up to go. Hopefully the practice pieces and numbers I have written down with make this bag a success!
I will definitely do practice pieces from now on before sewing on the fabric I planned to use!
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