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    Quote Originally Posted by m3ng View Post
    How did you get the X-Box stitching so close to the D-Rings on those tie-outs?
    That was a major pita . I do one side without the ring (the easy side), then I put the ring flat and drop the foot so that its back side is just on top of the d-ring. Then when I start the stitch, I had to manually guide the fabric for the first 2-3 stitches, until the presser foot drops from the D-ring. Repeat on the other side. Then you do the parallel one next to the D-Ring and from there, you can kind of press the ring on an angle so that you can do the diagonal stitches.... Not sure if that makes much sense

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