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Thursday, May 7, 2009
Jump(M) functions cause frame movements without needle penetrations. The use of jumps is not recommended because the pulling effect on the fabric during a jump, may distort the design, especially if the fabric is thin.

To avoid long connecting stitches, plan carefully in which order you digitize the shapes and lines. Use Chain stitch rather than jumps when traveling across a shape filled with Moss stitching as the Chain stitch will be hidden under the Moss stitching.

Use Jump only if there is a significant contrast in colors, particularly if the current stitch is of a lighter color, when the yarn may show through.