Edge-to-Edge Quilting with your embroidery machine
Sorry, This class is full. However, we do have a wait list and can add you to it by calling the store 256-536-5696
March 6, 9:30-12 $65 class and designs & book, you bring fabric of your choice. Edge-to-Edge Quilting with your embroidery machine with Easy-connect quilts technique, combined with specially-designed embroidery files, makes it possible for you to create edge-to-edge quilting using your home embroidery machine.
The CD & book has files for 10 quilting designs and comes with the book & designs that come with your class. Deb Frey teacher. But registration deadline to sign up and order design book is February 27th to receive by class time. Supply list of what to bring is below:
Edge-to-Edge Quilting: Class will start on time, be there and set up ready to go for start of class at 9:30, please
Edge-to-edge quilting on your embroidery Machine by Amelie Scott Designs; The design we will be using is the PLAIN MEANDER, Each design has an A and B design and you need both.
Supply list for Edge to edge quilting on your Embroidery Machine that can do at least a 5.6” x 9.9” design and embroidery unit, Power cord, embroidery foot and size 12 or 14 embroidery needle, Embroidery hoop to do this size embroidery or if you have a monster magnetic hoop, or monster snap hoop bring it.
- Crib size cotton quilt batting
- 1 ¼ yd cotton fabric for front
- 1 ¼ yd cotton fabric for backing
- ½ yd cotton fabric for binding
- Scraps of muslin cut in 4” to 5”width strips enough to go around the whole quilt, old sheets work well too.
- 505 spray or quilt basting spray
- Marking pen
- Long tweezers
- 50 wt, quilting thread
- Pre-wound bobbins in color closely matching top thread or wind your own bobbins
- Scissors, pins, rotary cutter, 24” quilt ruler, seam ripper
- USB Memory stick to transfer your designs
I Can Quilt on My Embroidery Machine
Posted by Unknown on 7th Mar 2018
This class was fantastic!! I always wanted to machine quilt and could not afford a long arm (and no room for one either).
By using Edge to Edge quilting it looks just like long arm quilting! Deb was very patient with me and gave everyone lots of help and encouragement!! Take this class if you ever have the opportunity.