These beautiful applique designs are perfect for projects like mugrugs, placemats, aprons, bibs, potholders, and other projects. These flowers are perfect for applique quilt blocks alternating with other applique designs.
The applique shapes can be cut using the Accuquilt GO!(tm) cutter and Fun Flower Die #55334 OR using traditional machine embroidery applique by stitching placement and tackdown stitch lines and trimming the fabric to fit the stitching lines.
There are three different flower designs with three different applique stitches and an outline stitch template and file for cutting shapes without the die cutter. Applique stitches include satin stitch, a free-form applique stitch, and a circle motif applique stitch.
Filenames, design measurements, and technical information are provided as well as charts of stitching order. Design files include file formats: art, hus, jef, pec, pes, sew, vip
The AccuQuilt GO!(tm) die and GO!(tm) Fabric Cutter must be purchased separately. Visit http://AccuQuilt.com for more information.
I have been "crafting" since I was a child. It seems there's always another project I'm ready to start--and I finish quite a few of them too. I love knitting, sewing, quilting, and machine ...
I have been "crafting" since I was a child. It seems there's always another project I'm ready to start--and I finish quite a few of them too. I love knitting, sewing, quilting, and machine embroidery.
Malcolm Gladwell talked about mastery of a skill in his book Outliers: The Story of Success. He said, "In fact, by the age of twenty, the elite performers (violinists) had each totaled ten thousand hours of practice". I'm still working on my ten thousand hours of knitting, sewing, quilting, and machine embroidery--and loving every minute of it.
Learning new things every day and sharing that knowledge with others makes me happy.