Thanks for the compliments
. The designs were by Joanne Winn and were the focus of the course at Quilt University. Joanne provided detailed instructions on how to line up the designs. Believe me it was a challenge
but I learned ALOT! Now I feel ready to continue. The designs came in 3 parts to go from the left corner to the middle and then a mirror image to come from the right corner. The designs in the middle were 4 hoopings of the same design. I used my Bernina large oval hoop. I tried to combine 2 of the designs onto the megahoop but the hoop was just too narrow
Part of the learning curve for the technique for me was to edit the design on the 630 while it was on the hoop. There were at least 2 registration marks where the designs join. It became a matter of adjusting the center needle position and then scrolling through the design using EDIT to determine if the stitches would meet at the registration. It is very hard to describe and I am no teacher. But I understand my embroidery system much much better now.