Machine Embroidery Designs: Machine Embroidery Quilt

Our embroidery quilt can be done on any embroidery device that utilizes a 5″ x 7″ hoop. The design templates and designs make the shift from style to stitch out simple.

You will require:
— Vocalist Stock style CD of 3900 styles or some flower and border embroidery styles that are comparable.

– A minimum of 3 1/2 lawns of leading background material for a 6 block wall quilt- each block is 20″ ended up. Each border is cut 6″ throughout the 45″ width of the material. For a 6″ block wall quilt, cut 9 strips for the border.

– A minimum of 3 1/2 backyards of background 45″ material.

-1 lawn of material for binding and cornerstones.

– Discover a flower print big enough to cut styles from for appliqué. Purchase 1 backyard.

– Sharp big and little scissors.

-2 lawns Marvel Under.

– Threads for embroidery- we utilized Robison Anton rayon mini king spindles and a few of them.
numbers were 2375, 2510,2563, 2574, 2591, 2293, 2229.

– Sulky bobbin thread.

– Sulky 145-8040 totally free movement applique.

– Sewing thread.

– Maker quilting thread.

-9″ broad fuse and tear stabilizer– one roll.

– Fusible batting for the quilt.

-11″ circle design template (I cut one for cardboard).

– security pins.

– awl.

– washable blue marker and ruler.

– computer system and printer.

When you print off the designs and design templates, tape together the complete block design. Location the private style templates over the designs, line up the design templates and When you are completed with the design templates, put them all in a notepad for simple referral throughout the building of this quilt.

You will require to cut a minimum of 6– 22″ material squares to embroider. Cut 9– 9″ broad strips for the borders. Press a fusible stabilizer like “Fuse and Tear” to the back of each material square and to the border strips.

Draw a centerline down the border strips. With a blue material marker line up the design center over the significant crosshairs on your quilt block or border strip. Mark the style center places on the material and link the dots of the crosshairs you marked.

Utilize the 9″ strips to make at least 260″ of border material. Print the design template of the border style a number of times and tape the length together to produce a quilt border.

Utilizing the 11″ circle and integrated ornamental stitches, we decorated numerous of the embroidered blocks. Given that each maker is various check our photos to see what stitches look like the ones we utilized.

To Make the Quilt:

1. Fuse the appliqué fabric and cut out the appliqué flowers.
2. To finish the quilt I suggest you mark a 20” square on the square and trim the blocks to 20”. I also trimmed the borders to a 4” width keeping the embroidery centered. The borders were then trimmed to the same width as the blocks.
3. Cut 4” cornerstones from the binding fabric.
4. Cut 6-3” strips of binding across the 45” width of the fabric. Piece end to end and press in half lengthwise.
5. Embroider each block and place the fusible appliqués in the corners. Using the Sulky145-8040, free motion the appliqués in place with a straight stitch. Tear off all excess stabilizers and wash away any markings once trimmed.
6. Seam the blocks together with borders to form 3 blocks down with a border at each end. Do 2
strips of blocks with borders. Piece the strips together. Sew cornerstones to the ends of the remaining borders
and piece them to form 3 border strips. See the picture of the finished quilt below.
7. Fuse the batting to the wrong side of the quilt top and trim the batting to match the top.
8. Cut 2 – 2-yard lengths of backing and seam on one side to create a back that is bigger than the quilt. Press the seam flat. Lay the pieced quilt on top. Fuse all layers together.
9. Quilt and bind the wall quilt.