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Halloween Blocks/Coasters

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Materials
  • 4 pieces 1 1/2" x 4 1/2" strip of material
  • 5" square for top fabric
  • 5" square of batting
  • 5" square for bottom fabric

  • Designs used in this project

    Preface:
    These are 1 color designs, the color changes are just to make stops for the machine. You can use matching bobbin thread or color of choice. Only the last 2 color changes will be shown on the bottom of project.
     


    Step 1:
    Fabric stitch line remove hoop from machine, place material across stitch line over lapping 1/4" with fabric laying across the majority of the design.


    Step 2:
    Tack down stitch remove hoop from machine and fold it over the line towards the edge.


    Step 3:
    Decorative stitch, this stitch will make the piece look quilted.


    Step 4:
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    Decorative stitch, this stitch will make the piece look quilted. Repeat these instructions for all 4 fabric pieces.


    Step 5:
    The design area: outline stitch for back remove hoop from machine and turn over so you can now add materials to the underside of the hoop.


    Step 6:
    Tape a layer of batting and then top of that, tape a layer of material. Return hoop to machine carefully not to dislodge the taped material under it.

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    Step 7:
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    Stitch tack down, outline blanket stitch. Remove hoop from machine, remove project and with pinking shears, cut around the design area leaving a 1/4" or so around the stitching.


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    Meet The Author: Rhonda Slack
    I am a work at home mom and a retired Air Force wife of 20 yrs. I have traveled the world with my husbands career and loved it. My favorite is still Guam. I sew and donate to New Borns In Need and to my local Church Humanitarian Projects. I learned to digitize out of the pure love of the embroidery machine. It's great to be an American! God Bless Our Troops and Bring Them Home Safely.

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