What type of Quilting do you like?

Posted by on 19 February 2017 | 0 Comments

Tags:

Triple Tulips

"Every type of quilting is my favorite when I am stitching it and when I am writing about it. Appliqué is at the top of the list. Appliqué is like painting with fabric. You can make any shape you like and stitch it to another piece of fabric." .... Joanne Winn 

Embroidery machines have made appliqué very easy to stitch. You can stitch whole, full-size blocks for quilts beautifully in a very short amount of time. Joanne Winn shows you how to do this with Step by Step Instructions and photos in her class Embroidery on Applique. You will learn how to stitch multi-hooped designs as well as learn how to use the Mega and Jumbo hoops.

The quilt designs provided for this class are the Aster, Dresden Plate, Spring Tulips (original) and Sweet Sixteen (original) as well as four other small tulip designs. Embroidery designs will be provided in all formats except where a machine does not have the ability to use a particular size hoop.

Here's what some previous student's made in this class:


About Embroidery on Applique: Embroidery machines have made it possible to appliqué beautiful full size quilt blocks in no time. You can make any shape you like and attach it to the background fabric. Let Joanne show you how to stitch multi-hooped designs as well as learn how to use the Mega Hoop. Her step-by-step instructions will take you through eight designs: Aster, Dresden Plate, Spring Tulips (original) and Sweet Sixteen (original design), as well as four other small tulip designs. Embroidery designs will be provided in all formats except where a machine does not have the ability to use a particular size hoop. Skill level: Intermediate. Students must know how to use their embroidery module and be able to resize, move and convert designs. Read more...

 

quilting classes available at the Academy of Quilting


Get this pattern FREE

Quilt Designers Blog Ring

Home/Join | List | Next | Previous | Random

alt-webring.com

Post your comment

Comments

No one has commented on this page yet.

RSS feed for comments on this page | RSS feed for all comments