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Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 12/30/2017 1:31:43 PM   
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Does anyone who owns a Baby Lock know how to get rid of the tie on/tie off function?

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RE: Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 12/30/2017 3:16:33 PM   
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Don’t know...but on the Brother there is a symbol that looks like a book or sheet of paper. You touch that and it opens up to several pages. If you scroll through there you should find it there. Not sure which page as I’m not near the machine right now, but it should be pretty easy to find. If you look and don’t see it, post again and I will go to my machine. Threw up this morning so I’m taking it easy on the couch.

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RE: Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 12/30/2017 3:37:27 PM   
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Actually I think you can do it right on the embroidery screen...there is a symbol that looks like a little row of stitches...and a pair of scissors. I think this will turn it off just for the individual design...and in the menu I mentioned before for permanent changes...still looking at my manual. If you haven’t done so, I recommend downloading the manual. So handy and search able.

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RE: Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 12/30/2017 3:46:44 PM   
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RE: Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 12/31/2017 12:46:53 PM   
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Thanks Mizzlily for helping. I think we have different manuals, but I looked up thread cutter and it was under sewing. I can't find it under ME. The index is really poor in these manuals. I don't think I can turn off just cutting the top thread. If I turn off the top thread cutter, when it moves to the next spot it does a gillion
tie on stitches which makes hard lumps on the bottom.

So, that's what I can't figure out... is how to eliminate the tie on/ tie off stitches in embroidery.

Do you have the Destiny2 too?



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RE: Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 12/31/2017 3:56:00 PM   
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No, I have the Brother Dream Machine with the upgrade, so equal to the Dream Machine 2 and I believe the cousin to your machine. Did you download your manual and search for automatic thread cutter?

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RE: Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 12/31/2017 4:18:26 PM   
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Penny, I downloaded your manual. It comes in two parts. Your printed manual may differ a bit, but on the downloaded one it’s on page 290, which is identical to the one I posted above. You can definitely turn it off in embroidery. And you should be able to access it from either the embroidery screen to change just the one design or by clicking on the page icon like I described to change it permanently.

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RE: Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 1/1/2018 2:11:41 PM   
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Yes, I already set the thread cutter to what I want.

However, it doesn't reduce the tie on/tie off stitches. It just cuts the thread.

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RE: Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 1/3/2018 3:57:30 PM   
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If you are using Embird
Open design go to editor, click on insert and un check tie on tie off.


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RE: Tie on Tie off stitches Bably Lock - 1/3/2018 6:49:28 PM   
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In Embird I can not turn off the tie on/off stitches completely. I can set it to 2, but not 0 or 1. I think it would help if I could set it to 0.



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