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Viking Platinum Series question
Moving stitch by stitch in a pattern back where the bobbin ran out
Naudia69
Naudia69
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Date: 7/12/13 12:01 PM

Sometimes when I'm not paying attention to an embroidery in progress, the bobbin will run out and I will have to back up to the place it last stitched. I learned machine embroidery on a Brother, and when I held the "back one stitch" button for more than a few seconds, it would start moving very quickly so I could return to the point I needed to.

My current machine is a Viking Platinum 955e, and it just pokes along one stitch at a time until I get to where the bobbin ran out. Is there a way to move along quicker like the Brother machine?

The Brother had a bobbin sensor, so I didn't need to to this often - I wish the Viking did!

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So many machines, so little time....
I own: Singer, Pfaff.
I have owned: Viking, Bernina, Euro-Pro, Kenmore

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