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Thread: Free pattern for Petunia Placemats

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    Super Member UglyCook's Avatar
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    Mixing quilting and machine embroidery

    http://www.advanced-embroidery-desig...Placemats.html

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    Thank you for the link!

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    Thank you!

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    Cool. Thanks for the link.

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    geat site! :-D
    thanks carol (CeeGee)

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    Really nice, but I could not do the flowers no machine!

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    These are really pretty. The only problem I would have is having done all the piecing and quilting first what happens if your embroidery design messes up?!? I think I would be inclined to do the embroidery first on a square and then piece and quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilter2B
    These are really pretty. The only problem I would have is having done all the piecing and quilting first what happens if your embroidery design messes up?!? I think I would be inclined to do the embroidery first on a square and then piece and quilt.
    I think doing a practice stitch out would be a good idea, but once you are sure of your hooping and stabilizing it shouldn't be a problem.

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    thank you, and God bless.

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