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cap hoop for pr600

Posted by ljbstitch (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 25, 04 at 1:01

Anyone embroider caps using the cap hoop that came with pr600?
I think it's a bad design and brother should recall it. I've had so much problem with it. My main problem is it's so hard to center the hat on the hoop. Graphics don't look to good because there are gaps because the hat moves out of position.

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RE: cap hoop for pr600

I have a different machine, and don't have a hat hoop. But I have done hats two different ways. The first way and easiest way is to make a patch then sew that on the hat. If you want to do the hat you can get the sticky stablizer, hoop that on your regular hoop then stick the hat right on it. That worked for me but you have to sit by your machine and watch it. The patch is really the easiest way to go. But it doesn't look as good as being right on the hat.

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