Friday, May 9, 2008

Sash Frame

When you are embroidering on linens or other flat items you can take advantage of the increased embroidery area afforded by switching to a sash frame also referred to as a border frame. A border frame increases your embroidery area from 15.7" x 17.7" to 16" x 19", which is a substantial increase. If you embroidering on a multi-head machine this device allows you to embroider a continual pattern by alternating the heads. You can sew one half the pattern with every other head and then the other half of the design on the other heads. This essentaily doubles the size of design that you can embroider. This feature is great for fashion embroidery and home decor items such as draperies, linens, slipcovers and valances, where larger continuous designs are often required. To view all of the details of this option go to


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