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Q4U NEWS - February 1, 2019


Machine embroidery designs:

  Open your arms to the frosty joys of winter with this cheery wall hanging featuring an appliqued snowman and cardinal against a swirling snowflake backdrop. Finished size, 12in x 15in. Includes embroidery formats: ART7, ART8, DST, EMB, EXP, HUS, JEF, PCS, PES, SEW, SHV, VP3, XXX. SVG & JPEG images included. Requires a 5 3/4" x 10 1/2" hoop.

Wool Applique patterns:

     "Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself fo the influence of the earth" - Henry David Thoreau

Each row is a separate pattern.  The finished size of this cotton and wool quilt is 48 x 48.  Another great design by Buttermilk Basin.

Misc. Patterns:

  Santa's Hat - Place mats and individual mug mats.


Hand Embroidery:

  Blue Floral - Six 18 x 18 inch blocks.

We are excited to now have Linda Bratten of Linda Bratten Creations teaching Serger Classes at our store.  Linda's first class will be February 12th 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.  Her classes will be the 2nd Tuesday of each month.   This monthly project program is designed to help you become more acquainted with your serger and more confident when using it on all projects.  You will need the "Ready, Set, Serge" book so enroll early so we can order sufficient books for each student.   Other brands of sergers (we are a Babylock store) are welcome as long as you know your individual machine.  In the first class you will be making cord covers.   Class fee $20.00 plus a kit will need to be purchased at the store.



                    

SERGE AHEAD

Cord Cover

Linda Bratten

Why not make it a goal this year to get to know your serger better? You will be fascinated to discover its potential as we work our way through the book, Ready, Set, Serge by Georgie Melot.

We will start our adventure by creating a cord cover. This is a wonderful item to help camouflage those power cords we find a necessity. In this session you will learn how to serge a straight line, use decorative threads, and consider several options for turning tubes. If you so desire, you can embellish your cord covers with embroidered names to help organize your sewing area.

Required Purchase: Book, Ready, Set, Serge By Georgie Melot



Reminder!  Feb 9th               Quilt 4 U Club 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.