These patterns are at least 30 years old! They sure were worth their cost for they have made many projects.
Decided to start pinning after the first one was off.
Also, thought I'd try zig zagging before I cut the pattern out.
.... and finally the one I didn't cut out exactly because I didn't pin, just free handed.
Then I realized the model was thicker because it had a middle layer.
Since the markings were going to show, I decided on brown, like baked edges.
I say that some day, I'll get a new machine, but I love this one. Would like to have a no hands pressure foot though.
For the white frosting outline, I used design #70, which is one stitch forward and 1/2 stitch back @ no width, middle position for length. To pivot the needle, wait until the needle takes the 1/2 step back.
Design #38, hearts, for the eyes and design #95 of 3 snowflakes for the buttons. Mouth corners are zero length medium zig zag.
Four of these smiley faces are hanging in the kitchen during the holidays now, providing no calories.
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