I took Carol Ann Waugh's Stupendous Stitching class on Craftsy a few weeks ago (loved it!). While I haven't started any projects using the stitching techniques she taught yet, I did start a Stitch Bible (another organization project). I've only done 50 of the stitches my machine has so this is going to take a while.
Basically, a Stitch Bible is record of each decorative stitch you have on your machine. The first third is the factory preset stitch, the next third is changing the stitch length or width, and the last third is another change. It's important to note the changes you made to the stitches so you can do it again (mine are in black so I have to look very closely to see the stitch length and width for each section). My biggest a-ha moment (yay Oprah!) was realizing that many of the decorative stitches on my machine can look very different if I play with the stitch length and widths.
Anyway, it was a great class and the Stitch Bible was just one of the fun things I learned. BTW, I'm not a Craftsy affiliate, but I may become one because I love their classes so much.
I'm linking up to WIP Wednesday at The Needle and Thread Network and to W.i.P. Wednesday at Freshly Pieced.
I'm also linking up with Let's Bee Social at Sew Fresh Quilts!