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Thread: Machine Embroidry Combined Wtih Quilting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty J
    Christmas wall quilt....Appliqued christmas tree and then decorated with machine embroidery designs

    Quote Originally Posted by themarybuckeye
    Good Morning. Do any of you have any good ideas for combining machine embroidery in your quilts?
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    Patricia,

    I was perusing your quilts and saw the Alabama one. I love what you did. I have the Official Alabama patches I got at Houston show 2 years ago and some of the other fabrics but have not done it yet. I need to find some houndstooth. Where did you get the hat pattern? Your embroidery is great. Job well done. ROLL TiDE

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    I have done old fashion cars I don't have a picture of it I gave it way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peg-TX
    Patricia,

    I was perusing your quilts and saw the Alabama one. I love what you did. I have the Official Alabama patches I got at Houston show 2 years ago and some of the other fabrics but have not done it yet. I need to find some houndstooth. Where did you get the hat pattern? Your embroidery is great. Job well done. ROLL TiDE

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    Gee, thanks a bunch. Hobby Lobby carries the houndstooth. Be sure and use their forty percent discount coupon (works for online orders also!!!).

    The hat ... well, I googled "bear bryant fedora" and got a small pic and enlarged it, simplifying the lines into something I thought I could duplicate by applique. I can scan and email to you if you want a copy.

    Check out rapidresizer.com for enlarging patterns. That's what I used for the large "A" in the center. Free for 14 days. Are you aware that the newer fabric has a different "A" than the one I used? Mine is the older version ... newer one has tip pointing upward.

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    these are gorgeous! I have an embroidery machine and just started playing with using more than one color - the thought of multiple colors just scared me - no more! So inspiring, thank you for showing...

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    I start with a block embroidery and then go from there.

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    that wall hanging is beautiful!

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    I combine embroidery and applique.

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    I embroidered the center of my Twister Wreath, then embellished it with a few snowflakes and holly berries, stitched in the ditch, and done.
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    Oh I know I should but to date I haven't

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    I love this quilt... What kind of a machine do you have and model.... the embroidery is gorgeous...

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    Check out Renee' Haddadin's creations on her website that combine embroidery with quilting. http://www.renaequilts.com/ then click on gallery. Page one shows what can be done to make a reversible quilt.

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    Some very nice machine embroidered quilts on this thread.
    I love to make quilts that have embroidery on them. Here is one I did for my daughter. And our granddaughter's 1st embroidered quilt.

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    Oh my gosh, I love that old lady quilt!!!lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbt
    I start with a block embroidery and then go from there.
    I really like the shape of the table topper. Where did you get the pattern? Looks like it's lined ... thinking about a reversible with two holidays. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by eparys
    Quote Originally Posted by mooretll
    . . . You do your squares and build from there. . .
    I have done a little of this. I am planning a baby quilt right now, I do the embroidery first (I use an oversized background so that I can crop as needed). These will be done is bright colors and will be the center of stars where the points will be done in brights.

    Very beautiful. I like the embroidery and the colors you chose...

    Here are four blocks that I did for a row robin this past year

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    Quote Originally Posted by grann of 6
    Here is another one I did. The mother wanted primary colors and a circus theme.

    I really like you quilt! Great job. The colors are a perfect choice for a child.

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