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Activity Lace Up Pages

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Materials
  • Fabric of your choice
  • Thread
  • Tear-away stabilizer

  • Designs used in this project

    Final Product: What You Will Create
     


    Step 1:
    Top: colors 1-2 should be done in the same color and that matches fabric. Stitch outline onto stabilizer.


    Step 2:
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    Place material over outline stitch.


    Step 3:
    Stitch outline tack down stitch.


    Step 4:
    Appliqué: colors for appliqué should be done in a color that matches fabric.
    Outline stitch: place material over outline stitch.


    Step 5:
    Tack down stitch: this will tack down the appliqué fabric (remove hoop from machine and carefully trim around the outside of the stitch line).


    Step 6:
    Zigzag tack down stitch: this secures the fabric.


    Step 7:
    Satin stitch: this will put a nice satin finishing edge around appliqué material.


    Step 8:
    Continue with design details.

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    Step 9:
    Back Piece and Holes: remove hoop from machine, turn over and glue or tape the back piece of fabric over the stitching lines.


    Step 10:
    Stitch holes then carefully cut out the center.
     


    Step 11:
    Satin stitch around holes.


    Step 12:
    Decorative stitch around outside of design. Remove from hoop and with zigzag scissors, trim around the square.


    Step 13:
    ActivityLaceUp1001
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black Detail.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.


    Step 14:
    ActivityLaceUp1002
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black Detail.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.


    Step 15:
    ActivityLaceUp1003
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.


    Step 16:
    ActivityLaceUp1004
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.


    Step 17:
    ActivityLaceUp1005
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.


    Step 18:
    ActivityLaceUp1006
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.


    Step 19:
    ActivityLaceUp1007
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.


    Step 20:
    ActivityLaceUp1008
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.
     


    Step 21:
    ActivityLaceUp1009
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.


    Step 22:
    ActivityLaceUp1010
    1-2: See General Instructions for Top.
    3-6: See General Instructions for Appliqué.
    7. White.
    8. Black.
    9-11 See General Instructions for Back Piece and holes.


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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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