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Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri, Sat: 10a-4p

Artistic Table Runner with Endless Machine Embroidery



Class Description:

Do you want to learn how to stitch an endless design without using the endless hoop? In this class you will take one design (provided) and make an endless design on your machine screen. We will stitch out the design multiple times using the positioning function on your machine to place the design on the fabric. Since we will use batting under the stitching, your design will also have a trapunto effect. Once all the designs have been stitched, you will add borders to the center and then quilt and bind into a finished table runner.

 

This class is for you if your machine can stitch out a design in the 260x200 hoop which includes the Pfaff current line machines - Creative 3.0, Creative 4.5 or the Creative Icon and the Husqvarna/Viking current line - Topaz 50, Sapphire 85, or Designer Epic 2, or any older machine that can stitch out a design in a 260x200 hoop. If you want to improve your design positioning skills this class will provide practice.


Bring your lunch!
 

 


Requirements: Husqvarna Viking of Pfaff embroidery machine that can use a 260x200 hoop 260x200 hoop Fat Quarter of a bold print for the ends of runner or 2 scraps of same fabric about 12?x 6? each 1 1/4 yards solid cotton for center of runner and backing 3/8 yard coordinating solid for side borders and binding Embroidery thread to coordinate with borders and ends of runner Bobbin thread (60 Wt), e.g., Superior Bottom Line Fusible fleece (make sure it is fusible on 1 side only) Cotton or polyester/cotton batting (you will need a piece approx. 13? x 49? Inspira Fusible No Show Mesh Stabilizer Stitch in the Ditch foot or Clear Stitch in ditch foot (optional) Cotton thread for quilting to match center fabric; you may also want to have a thread that matches your end border fabric if you wish to do some quilting in these borders. You will also need thread to match your binding fabric for hand stitching. Rotary cutter, mat and ruler Inspira size 90 embroidery needle and Inspira size 80 or 90 quilting or sharp needle Water Soluble, air erase or Frixion Marker (this will be marking the center fabric so it has to be removable Safety pins for pinning quilt top to backing/batting Basic sewing/embroidery supplies Primitive Gatherings Binding Needles for hand sewing binding (optional) Pre-class preparation: 1. From solid color cotton cut the following: a. One piece 14? x WOF (for center of runner) ? spray with spray starch and press well. b. For Backing you will need to seam together two pieces of fabric about 13? wide to make a piece about 49? long 2. From the Fat Quarter print cut 2 pieces 12 x 6? (will trim to size later) or use two scraps this size 3. From the coordinating solid cut 2 strips 1 ?? x WOF (will be trimmed down later) and 3 strips for binding (2?, 2 ?? or 2 ??) 4. Fuse a long strip of Inspira Fusible No Show Mesh to the back of the 14 x WOF piece of fabric. Center the mesh on the back of the fabric ? it doesn?t need to cover the entire fabric 5. Cut a piece of fusible fleece and fuse to the back of the solid cotton 14?x WOF fabric - (You are fusing this to the fusible mesh/fabric from #4 and it again should be centered).
Instructor: Diane Juskelis
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815-729-1600      2011WEBER RD. CREST HILL, IL. 60403       
MON, TUES, THUR, FRI, SAT: 10-4