with Eileen Roche
Online Class

The Machine Embroidered Quilt

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Overview

Put your embroidery machine to work for piecing and quilting, create intricate embroidery patterns and satisfy your hunger for detail-rich quilts in The Machine Embroidered Quilt.gEileen, the founder and editor of Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine, is a no-nonsense quilter who will show you easy ways to enhance your quilts' construction and design. Follow in the feed dogs of this fast and furious embroiderer as she walks you through single- and double-layer raw-edge appliqués, continuous appliqué and embroidery techniques and her own reversible piecing approach.

This class comes with Eileen's hourglass embroidery design - exclusive to Craftsy - in formats that work with every common embroidery machine on the market:

* PES (Brother/Baby Lock)

* ART/EXP (Bernina)

* HUS/VP3/VIP (Viking)

* JEF/SEW (Janome)

* XXX (Singer/Pfaff

* DST (common format read by many machines and all commercial machines)

* C2S (Click2Stitch, not read by a machine but can be edited in a popular digitizing program)

Details

  • intermediate
  • 9 episodes
  • 2h30m

Included in this Class

1. Introduction
9m

1. Introduction

Meet Eileen Roche and go over the supplies you'll need for the class.

2. Selecting Materials
13m

2. Selecting Materials

Learn about different hoops, fabrics and get an introduction to raw-edge appliqué.

3. Single Layer Block
9m

3. Single Layer Block

Eileen teaches you how to apply single layer appliqué to your quilt block.

1. Introduction

1. Introduction

2. Selecting Materials

2. Selecting Materials

3. Single Layer Block

3. Single Layer Block

4. Double Layer Block

4. Double Layer Block

5. Continuous Embroidery

5. Continuous Embroidery

6. Continuous Applique

6. Continuous Applique

7. Reversible Piecing

7. Reversible Piecing

8. Binding

8. Binding

9. Tips & Tricks

9. Tips & Tricks

Recommended with this class

    • An embroidery machine capable of reading the design files included in the class (Brother, Bernina, Viking, Janome, Pfaff, Baby Lock or Singer)
    • An embroidery hoop that is at least 5" by 7"