Are you ever working on a project, switching back and forth between regular seams, top stitching, or edge stitching, and find that you forget which stitch length or needle position you were using? I have a quick and easy method for keeping track.
I use a dry erase marker to write on my sewing machine the settings that I want to remember. Since I do a lot of late night sewing, my brain easily gets foggy and forgetful. Writing the settings on my machine allows me to be free of trying to remember that detail (now I just have to remember to actually switch back and forth at the appropriate time!). Then, the dry erase marks easily wipe off when I'm done.
Do you have a favorite sewing tip? I'd love to hear about it.
I use a dry erase marker to write my top stitching needle position and stitch length on my machine. That way I don't forget what I used when I am going back and forth during a project like my Archer from @grainlinestudio for #MomiformMakeover. #sewingblogger #sewingtips #isew #sewnotperfect @janomeamerica #janome