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The IQ system is constantly evolving, so please keep in mind that some of the older videos may show features that have been replaced by newer ones, or buttons that have changed position or names. However, the videos have not been removed because the methods demonstrated are still valid.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Changing Your Starts and Ends

This video shows how you can change the start/end point of a motif with the touch of a button.

I use one of Kathy Olson's patterns in this video as an example of how IQ can sometimes randomly select where the start/end point will be. The odd placement of the start/end point was not Kathy's choice, but rather a result of IQ converting a pattern originally digitized for another system. The pattern stitches out beautifully.

Produced by: Helen Baczynski

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