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EDGE TO EDGE QUILTING IN THE HOOP FOR MID SIZE MACHINES



One of the most popular things right now is quilting in the embroidery hoop and having a few pointers makes all the difference in the world.  It's not done the same on smaller machines as it is on big ones so in this class you we are working with mid-size embroidery machines.   We are going to do edge to edge quilting on a panel, learning how to align and reconnect continuous designs so that your quilt project looks like it was quilted on an automated long arm machine.
If your machine uses an app for placement be sure to bring your tablet or phone with app and also make sure you have named your machine in your machine settings so that the hoop photo can be sent to your machine and not your neighbor's.

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Your embroidery machine with a magnetic hoop-the largest your machine will take.  Please call the store if you need to order the correct hoop.
Embroidery foot and electric cord
Snips
Embroidery or Quilting thread--choose your color--panel is black, yellow, white, bright green

Wind a couple bobbins

KIT IS INCLUDED IN PRICE OF CLASS

Fabric Panel
Batting
Backing
Embroidery Quilting File for your machine

 

Skill Level:
intermediate
Skill Details:
Must have some embroidery experience and you must know the basics of your machine.
Materials Included:
fabric Kit and Embroidery file for your machine
Requirements:
Your embroidery machine must have 6 x 10, 7 x 12 or similar hoop size and you will need a magnetic hoop for this class
Instructor Name:
Teresa Packer

EDGE TO EDGE QUILTING IN THE HOOP FOR MID SIZE MACHINES

Cost:
$ 45.00
Includes Fabric, batting, and backing kit
SHOP OUR ON-LINE STORE--quilting fabrics being added daily.
Kaffe Fassett, Tula Pink, and over 40 different Name Brands of Quilting Fabrics.  Quilt and Project Kits are also available.
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Bridal laces, applique, tulles, embroidered satins, silks, sequined,  beaded, fabrics, and trims,
hot-fix crystals, formal buttons and jeweled decorations.