A talk about the different transition options for no-sew zones. This is another good test to run, if you haven't used no-sew zones or clipping blocks before, in order to find out how the different transitions stitch out and which you prefer. It's not necessary to do this every time you need a no-sew zone because once you understand the differences, you'll be able to decide which one is best for each no-sew zone you create. These transition choices will also appear when a clipping block is created.
At about the 2:30 mark there's bit of skipping where I stopped to change my bobbin (poor planning on my part). It sounds as if you have missed something, but it was nothing important. I finished stitching the block without starting the recording again and that's why I used Close Block. At the 12:50 mark, I get into a loop by hitting the back button - I finally realise that hitting the cancel button is the right thing to do. You cannot hear me say that clearly, which is why I'm writing this.
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