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Lesson 36, Satin Stitch,Perpendicular Satin
Perpendicular Satin is so named because the stitches are perpendicular to the form line. It does not make pointed angular corners. The way that Thred handles Perpendicular satin border corners is easy to see in the picture below. The blue star in the center is filled with "Fill/ Border/Perpendicular Satin".
Like other fills and borders, you can change details about the fill by selecting the form and pressing "F". You can change the numbers in the form data box that will come up on your screen.