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#600596 - 05/14/10 04:11 PM Who knows what Vermicelli Stitch is?
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Hi all, another request from one of our readers - and it's got me stumped. Any help will be gratefully received!!LOL
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I was wondering if you could explain the best way to do the vermicelli stitch to me ,thanks ,Barbara


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#601587 - 05/21/10 10:28 PM Re: Who knows what Vermicelli Stitch is? [Re: Judie Quilting Editor]
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I seems to be just meandering but one site I found likened it to map contours, ie echo quilting. Lainey Vermicelli Stitch This is the basic running stitch, but each stitch is taken in a different direction. It can be a pattern such as a zig zag or completely random. I found this answer on a beading website. Hi Heather, It sounds as if you are using an automatic stitch control on your machine as I am not sure what FMQ is. However vermicelli stitch is just a wiggly stitch which never crosses over itself. I usually liken it to contour lines on a map as they never touch. I do it free hand just drawing it with the machine needle. Hope that explains it if not get back to me and I will try to make it easier. Kath This one on a quilting forum.

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