How do you make a perfect satin stitch?

How long can a satin stitch be?

The line formed by needle penetrations can affect embroidery appearance. The example below shows a hard line of needle penetrations where long satin stitches have exceeded the maximum stitch length. Usually 12.1 or 12.7 mm, this maximum value varies with the selected machine type.

What thread do you use for satin?

Sewing with Satin:

  • Use an extra fine, mercerized cotton, cotton covered polyester, or 100% polyester long staple thread.
  • Use a standard needle size 9-11 (65-75).
  • Change your needle frequently to avoid snagging of the fabric. …
  • Set your stitches to about 10-15 stitches per inch.
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