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Thread: machine embroidery-Jacobean

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    I would never have thought to use denim for such beautiful designs. Where did you get your designs? It will be a beautiful quilt.

    mermaid, my sewing and embroidery machine are sitting in an L-shape so I can sew a quilt while I am embroiderying.

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    Those are gorgeous!!!! I love Jacobean.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    fabric is beige denim. heavy embroidery needs stronger fabric. have a Janome MC11000SE which you only need the hoops. easiest machine to embroidery with

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    embroidery library has sections on how to embroider on many items

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    Absolutely gorgeous

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainagade View Post
    We need a "machine embroidery" category on this site. I love these
    There is one!! Type in Embroidery in search and you should be able to find it..

    Love your work, I have several of the Jacobean designs but have not stitched them out..I can't wait to see your quilt..please post when finished!!
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    Gorgeous work.

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    Love this, but sometimes I don't have the patience needed to keep changing thread colors...this would certainly be worth it. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoe View Post
    I have a Janome MC11000SE. with this machine you just need your hoops
    Don't really understand this statement of you just need your hoops, You need your hoops with any embroidery machine. What is it that you don't need with a janome that you would another embroidery machine
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    I am interested in learning about THE GYPSY WIFE QUILT. Is there a link to its design? Just interested in the name having never seen or heard of it before.

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    Hi Suz, pollio1940 here . I just did a search on Google and it pulled up lots of images. You could search from there.
    The pics are inspiring.

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    We have tried for YEARS to get them to put up a place for those of
    us who also do machine embroidery.

    The one time I asked PatriceJ I was simply told NO. Without an
    explanation or anything else.

    Heard that MANY others were told the same thing.

    But there IS a post that if not posted to all the time ends up MANY
    pages back.


    Here is a link to the MACHINE EMBROIDERY thread that we
    currently use there are 2721 posts to read.




    Quote Originally Posted by rainagade View Post
    We need a "machine embroidery" category on this site. I love these
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    pollio1940. Thanks for the suggestion. I looked also and found several interesting quilts. Looks like the blocks are all leftover blocks of different sizes which were worked into one end of the quilt. Unfortunately, I do not have a lot of extra blocks and to make them just for this quilt is not in my liking. Interesting quilt though. Thanks again.

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