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Fall Barn & Cabin Scene

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    Final Product: What You Will Create

    The first scene is from the Fall Barn Scene Design Pack.

    It contains 9 individual embroidery designs that will fit in a 5x7 hoop. When all 9 panels are sewn together the scene is 12 1/2" high x 18 1/2" wide.

    The second scene is from the Fall Cabin Scene Design Pack.

    It contains 9 individual embroidery designs that will fit in a 5x7 hoop. When all 9 panels are sewn together the scene is 18 1/2" high x 12 1/2" wide.

    The numbers on each of the panels match the name of each design. For example: #1 in the two panels is the design named Fall Barn Panel 1 or Fall Cabin Panel 1.

    Other ideas
    Make  a quilt using each panel as a quilt square.
    Use only 6 panels and make a wall hanging that you can hang on your door. For example: on the Fall Barn Scene you could use the 3 left panels and the middle panels.


    Step 1:
    Embroider each panel on a separate piece of matching fabric.
    Cut the excess fabric so that only 1/2" remains on each side.

    Step 2:
    Then using your sewing machine, sew the panels together leaving about 1/4" of the fabric showing between each panel. One way to do it is to lay the panels out on the table.

    Step 3:
    Take panel 1 and place it face down on top of panel 2, so that the panels are directly above each other.

    Step 4:
    With the back of panel 1 facing up mark a line along the left side 1/8" away from the embroidery and pin the 2 pieces of fabric together.

    Step 5:
    Sew the two pieces of fabric together along the line you have just drawn.

    Step 6:
    Lay the 2 panels facing up back on the table in their place with the other panels.

    Step 7:
    Place panel 3 face down on top of the panel 2 and line up both panels so they are directly on top of each other.

    Step 8:
    With the back of the panel 3 facing up, mark a line along the right side 1/8" away from the embroidery and sew along the line to create a seam.

    Step 9:
    You should have all 3 top panels sewn together with a 1/4" of fabric showing between them.

    Step 10:
    Place them back on the table in place.

    Step 11:
    Work with the middle row of panels. Do not attach the panels from the middle row to the top row yet.

    Step 12:
    Sew the middle row of panels together just as you have done for the top row.

    Step 13:
    Then sew the bottom row of panels together as you have done the top and middle rows.

    Step 14:
    Now lay each row down on the table again and place the middle row face down on the top row. Make sure the middle is upside down as well.

    Step 15:
    Make sure both rows are directly on top of each other and that the sides and tops of the panels match up.

    Step 16:
    Sew the seam so it connects the bottom of the top panel with the top of the middle panel. With a fabric marker draw a 1/8" line away from the embroidery. You should be looking at the middle panel that is upside down and face down with the line at the bottom closest to you (which in the fabric it would literally be the top of the middle row).

    Step 17:
    Do the same thing with the bottom panel to connect it with the middle panel. Now you should have all 9 panels sewn together.

    Step 18:
    To finish off the top of the design where the seams appear you can sew 1/4" ribbon between the panels.

    Step 19:

    You can choose another fabric color or fabric pattern to create a border around all 4 sides of the design. Make the border as wide as you would like.

    Step 20:
    Another suggestion is to add a piece of batting and decorative fabric to the back of the wall hanging to finish it off. You can also add fabric loops to the top to hang it with or whatever you would like so that it will hang on your wall.

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    Meet The Author: Starbird Inc.
    Starbird Inc. has been digitizing custom embroidery designs for over 25 years. They have seen so many wonderful and creative designs over the years that Starbird decided to create some of their own embroidery stock designs. Starbird Inc. is having a great time creating new and imaginative ideas and would like you to be able to enjoy them also.

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