Welcome to my day in
the Fall Machine Embroidery Blog Hop
I had a great time making this scarf with my embroidery machine
and Marjorie’s Snowflake embroidery design
The applique can be cut out with the Accuquilt GO! Snowflake
The top of the scarf is made with 1/4 yd cuts of (4) blue
and (1) white batik fabrics
and 1/2 yd Rose Cuddle fabric for the back
If you have a GO cutter, prepare the applique pieces
by cutting the white fabric into
(6) 4 1/4″ x 4 1/2″ squares,
fuse Light Steam a Seam 2 to the wrong side of the fabric,
and cut out with the snowflake die
Next, cut (2) 3″ strips by WOF from each of the blue fabrics
sew (4) strips together
and press the seams open.
Repeat with the remaining strips
Since the scarf is lined with “Cuddle” fabric and not quilted,
I decided to embellish with a pretty little stitch
To avoid thread breakage,
I loosened the top tension on my machine,
used a large size needle
and sewed at a slow speed
Next, measure the width of your sewn strips,
cut (6) blocks… mine measure 10 1/2″
so I cut (6) 10 1/2″ blocks
and arrange them as follows
Now sew them together
and embellish the joining seam
I had some leftover strips, so I cut (3) 3″ strips
to make this practice piece
Now for my favorite part… the applique
Remove the Lite Steam a Seam liner from the back of the snowflake
and finger press (do not heat fuse yet) in place onto the background fabric
Now it’s time to get the embroidery hoop ready!
Hoop a stabilizer and spray a little temporary fabric adhesive
on the center of the stabilizer
find the center of the snowflake
align in the prepared hoop,
remove the snowflake
place the hoop in the machine
and stitch the placement lines
place the snowflake inside the stitch lines
and press with a small iron
Return the hoop to the machine
and finish stitching the designs
Next, trim 1/2″ off on both sides of the scarf.
With the Rose Cuddle fabric right side up,
lay the scarf face down
and pin in place.
Stitch all around with a 1/4″ seam,
leaving a 6-7″ opening to turn right side out.
Trim the excess Cuddle fabric,
turn right side out, sew the opening
and stitch the top edges down with an 1/8″ seam.
So simple, fun to make
and super soft!
… and my little practice piece
I think I’ll make a mug rug °Ü°!
Marjorie is giving away a design from her collection of machineembroidery designs, and the winner gets to choose!!!To win, leave a comment telling mewhich of Marjorie’s embroidery designs you would love to haveand for a second chance, comment on what kind of diewould you have custom made for the GO! cutter.I will chose a winner next Friday, 11/16.
So glad you stopped by!