Thats the back of the letter. I scanned the actual letter in so that I could digitize the sew down. That running stich is for the white inset on the front of the letter. I digitized a running stitch a little bit inside this for the placement, then digitized another stitch about 1/4 inch inside of that. That stitch would actually sewn the letter onto the sweater. I made that a triple run stitch. I thought using a zig zag stitch would get a little crazy with all of the inside corners, etc.
I have a Barudan machine.
Zig Zag. We use TwillStitchPro from Imprintables for this. Your bigger problem is the sweater. For those I would use a fusable backing to stabilize the sweater and then sew it down. Otherwise you may have it floating all over.
Your other option is a serger if you have one.
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