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At Last, An Embroidery Section

Old 11-29-2018, 02:51 AM
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Thanks for starting this Section.

I have the Janome 15000 machine and currently have 2 embroidered projects going. I don't have pictures to post yet but will see what I can do this afternoon. I am doing a barn quilt and redwork quilters snowman quilt from Primrose Lane. I will attach a link below. They are both single thread color designs, so I just hoop up the fabric, and set it to go while I piece or make something else on my second machine. Multi-tasking at its best! After embroidering, I will cut to size and use sashing to join the blocks.
Just recently I finished Christmas presents for my cousins, composition notebook cover with their name embroidered on the front. Picture of one below.
I will try to add to this Section as I can. Not an expert by any means, but I am willing to offer what I do know and help when I can. I am not affiliated with Primrose Lane, I have met her at quite a few quilt shows that I have gone to and just love the quilts.
Thanks again,
Murphy

Uh oh....can't find the notebook covers, think they are still in camera. Will try later with those.

https://www.primroselane.com/

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Old 11-29-2018, 03:30 AM
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Darn it........... they didn't have the barn dance in machine embroidery!!!
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Old 11-29-2018, 11:33 PM
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Originally Posted by mandyrose View Post
Darn it........... they didn't have the barn dance in machine embroidery!!!
The Appalachian Memories in the machine embroidered section is the barn designs. The "barn dance" in the other section looks like the directions for the log cabin blocks between the barn blocks and how to use a pre-printed panel. Who knew there was a pre-printed panel???? I had the hand embroidered barn designs but due to vision and arthritic fingers, couldn't complete it. So sold to a friend, and bought the machine embroidered barn blocks.
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Looked at the Primrose Lane website: Oh. No!!!! Another beautiful bunch of quilt patterns!
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thanks murphy I was looking for barn dance.......lol I looked right past the Appalachian the images are little blurry on my computer....or just aging eyes
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