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Multi-Stitch

You can make the following types of multi-stitch:

From One Edge to Multiple Edges

To make a multi-stitch from one edge to two or more edges.

  1. On the Main toolbar, click Stitch.

    Stitch

  2. On the Horizontal contextual menu, ensure Multi Stitch and From are selected.

  3. In the 2D window, hover over the edge you want to stitch from.

    Note the stitch direction, indicated by an arrow on the edge. The stitch direction changes according to which end of the edge you are closest to.

  4. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  5. On the Horizontal contextual menu, click To.

  6. Hover over the first edge you want to stitch to, until you find the desired stitch direction.

  7. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  8. Hover over the next edge you want to stitch to, until you find the desired stitch direction.

  9. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  10. Repeat steps 8-9 for each additional edge you want to stitch to.

  11. Press Enter.

From Multiple Edges to One Edge

To make a multi-stitch from two or more edges to one edge.

  1. On the Main toolbar, click Stitch.

    Stitch

  2. On the Horizontal contextual menu, ensure Multi Stitch and From are selected.

  3. In the 2D window, hover over the first edge you want to stitch from.

    Note the stitch direction, indicated by an arrow on the edge. The stitch direction changes according to which end of the edge you are closest to.

  4. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  5. Hover over the next edge you want to stitch from, until you find the desired stitch direction.

  6. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  7. Repeat steps 5-6 for each additional edge you want to stitch from.

  8. On the Horizontal contextual menu, click To.

  9. Hover over the edge you want to stitch to, until you find the desired stitch direction.

  10. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  11. Press Enter.

From Multiple Edges to Multiple Edges

To make a multi-stitch from two or more edges to two or more edges:

  1. On the Main toolbar, click Stitch.

    Stitch

  2. On the Horizontal contextual menu, ensure Multi Stitch and From are selected.

  3. In the 2D window, hover over the first edge you want to stitch from.

    Note the stitch direction, indicated by an arrow on the edge. The stitch direction changes according to which end of the edge you are closest to.

  4. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  5. Hover over the next edge you want to stitch from, until you find the desired stitch direction.

  6. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  7. Repeat steps 5-6 for each additional edge you want to stitch from.

  8. On the Horizontal contextual menu, click To.

  9. Hover over the first edge you want to stitch to, until you find the desired stitch direction.

  10. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  11. Hover over the first edge you want to stitch to, until you find the desired stitch direction.

  12. With the desired stitch direction indicated, click the edge.

  13. Repeat steps 11-12 for each additional edge you want to stitch to.

  14. Press Enter.

After you have created a stitch, stitch construction properties are displayed in the Context view.

Stitch construction

For more information, refer to 3D Stitch Visualization Overview.

 

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