Make a spectacular style statement with your embroidery machine! Unlock designer Evy Hawkins’ expert tips for stabilizing, hooping and trimming as she guides you through three lovely cutwork projects, starting with an adorable, customizable quilted case. Learn how to use paper templates and create exquisitely aligned continuous borders on an elegant wrap, and find out the best way to make precise cuts around delicate areas. Add luxe lace cutwork to a linen hand towel with a chic feather design, and troubleshoot broken thread, glitchy stitches and gaps between motifs along the way. Then, show off your unique style with a bonus lesson on creating handy templates from any embroidery design, even without software or a printer!
Meet your instructor, Evy Hawkins, and dive into the basics of cutwork as you stitch a fun pre-quilted case.
Plan your next project, a stunning cutwork wrap. Evy shows you how to work with paper templates and audition the border design so you know exactly how it will look before you create a single stitch.
Your wrap is ready to stitch! Discover the best practices for stabilizing, hooping, cutting and stitching your wrap as Evy walks you through each step with thorough, engaging assistance.
Discover various ways to make gorgeous symmetrical borders with Evy's expert help along the way. Learn how to perfectly align your fabric in the hoop to create continuous borders and corners.
Evy takes the stress out of problem-solving as she teaches you how to fix thread breaks and fill in gaps. She'll also show you a few ways to finish and close your wrap.
Learn how to make a beautiful guest towel along with Evy as she demonstrates cutwork lace in the form of a delicate feather design on linen. She'll also show a fun variation using organza.
Learn to create templates for any embroidery design, whether you have a printer or not! Evy shares tips on marking, stitching, working with or without a hoop grid and trimming.
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