Connecting TurtleArt with TurtleStitch

This week, I studied variables and applied it to TurtleArt. I was able to look at a basic code from TurtleArt and from their code, I learned how to create a variable and define it. I wanted to create a box that was repeated while overlapping. I started by making my own block:

From the "box" block, I wanted the distance to increase each time it is repeated, so I turned made distance a variable. This was how my new code looked like (below); it was a success!

I was even able to alter it and make it rotate:


This made me wonder, like the petal code (from previous blog post), how would I make the stitches smaller, while keeping the distance the same? Please comment suggestions. Thank you!

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  1. We made this but realized the stitches are too long to print so we were hoping you could help us :)
    http://www.turtlestitch.org/view/1493841332475

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    1. I saw that there is allready a version of the pattern with smaller stitches. Here is another: http://www.turtlestitch.org/view/1494509847361

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  2. Here's another code question similar to Brandon's question
    In this pattern, the center "chips" are not showing up as the pattern on the screen - they just appear as little knots in the embroidery.
    http://www.turtlestitch.org/view/1493841602336

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  3. Think it is because of the small size. I imported it in the new Turtlestitch Version, where you can zoom in to better inspect the pattern.

    http://beta.turtlestitch.org/users/chmod/projects/ChippyCookiez

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  4. Look at this example where your Block "box" is dividing the stitches in smaller ones:
    http://beta.turtlestitch.org/users/chmod/projects/jlins%20box

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