113D: Ladyfingers Embroidery Club Quilting In The Hoop

Smaller than a traditional table runner, this serving strip is designed to be used in the center of
a table or buffet as a place to set hot serving dishes. Simple piecing and quilting-in-the-hoop
techniques make it quick to stitch and fun to make. Learn about thread selection, hooping
methods, and suitable designs for in-the-hoop quilting as you stitch this useful item for your
home. Finished size: 9” x 29½”

This project is compatible with any embroidery machine that has the capability to stitch 5” x 7”


Coordinating Quilting Cotton Fabrics:
•1 Light: One rectangle, 3½” x 6½” (sample uses same fabric as backing)
•1 Medium: Two 6½” squares
•1 Dark: One strip: 3” x 16”
•1 Medium or Light: Two rectangles, 9” x 7½”
•Backing: 10¼” x 30”

Stabilizers and Batting:
•Warm & Natural batting, 15” x 36”
•Optional: OESD BadgeMaster stabilizer, 12” x 36”

•Isacord thread in 2 colors:
•1 dark for stitching on light fabrics
•1 light for stitching on medium and dark fabrics
•Bobbin wound with OESD bobbin thread in a neutral color

Other Supplies and Tools:

•Temporary Adhesive Spray
•Embroidery Needle Size 75/11
.OESD thread trimming scissors
.Chalk or fabric marking pen
.Point turner
.Optional: Binder clips
.Quarter inch presser foot
.Walking foot or Dual/Even feed foot

Embroidery Machine

•Embroidery Hoop (Large enough for 5” x 7” design)
•Embroidery Module
•Power Cord
•Embroidery Foot
•Embroidery Needle
•USB Stick to load project design

Skill Level:
OESD Certified Embroidery Specialist - Bill Tesar

113D: Ladyfingers Embroidery Club Quilting In The Hoop

$ 35.00

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