Now create a design with as many elements as you want. Overlap them and lay them one on top of the other to create layers of stitches.
Click on the stitch tab at the bottom of the screen.
Notice how when elements are directly one on top of the other you may not be able to access the layer on the bottom.
Click on a shape in the box to select it. It will have a bright green selection line around it.
Now move it to a new position with the move buttons a the bottom of the box.
Whenever layers overlap, if you move them to the top you can now apply stitches appropriately.
Once you have applied the stitches of your choice to the bottom layers, click on the Move UP/Down tool again and select the item you all ready moved to the top. Once it is selected, use the move buttons at the bottom of the box to move the selected item back to the proper placement.
Below is my corrected layers design using the move tool.
FOR A MORE DESCRIPTIVE USE OF THE MOVE TOOLS, VISIT MY YOU-TUBE WEBSITE TO SEE A VIDEO OF THE MOVE TOOL IN ACTION.
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