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Elaine, from Queensland, Australia, has kindly sent these examples of D-lines in use.
A D-line is a direction line, and controls the direction of the stitches in a form. They are associated with fan stitch and other borders or fills that use the same fan stitch code, such as "convert to satin" or "feather stitch". You will see a dark line connecting two form points where there is a "D-line". You can control the direction of the stitches by dragging either or both ends of the "D-line" to another position.
If you have any questions please email Elaine at email@example.com .
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Convert to Satin ribbon........
Effect due to dragging Dlines to shape and fill
hart3x- Fan Fill -- selective placement of limit Dlines (Teflon) and blended different colored forms.
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