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Garden Walk Runner

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Garden Walk Runner

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Elegant Embroidered Quilts taught by Amanda Murphy

Combine stunning piecing with marvelous embroidery motifs to create three fine quilts and three fun, smaller projects.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Romantic, Casual, Whimsical
Amanda Murphy on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Medium-Weight Fusible Interfacing, Paper Backed Fusible Web, " (6 mm) Steam a Seam Lite Tape, Omnigrid " (6 mm) Marking Ruler, Kaleidoscope Ruler, Darlene Zimmermans Easy Dresden Ruler, Omnigrid backing, " (6 mm) foot, Open toe foot, Darning/embroidery foot, Buttonhole Foot, Oval hoop that's roughly 6" x 9" (14.5 cm x 25.5 cm) and/or medium hoop

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Question - do you always embroider on the piecing rather than on the quilt sandwich? I am wondering if I can embroider instead of quilt my layers together. Thanks.

03/26/2016 Flag

Thanks, guys! Yes, I always embroider on the piecing prior to quitting, especially for dense designs. Most embroidery designs are so dense that, if you embroidered not he sandwich, the area around would have significant buckling. The exception would be for designs that are very light - like collections designed specifically for the quilting process.

03/27/2016 Flag

Beautiful ! I would like to try making this.

04/21/2016 Flag

I am wanting to learn quilting and I think a good beginer would be the table runner what do you think?

04/21/2016 Flag

Small pieces are always easiest when you are learning quilting. Quilted items like bags etc. are also very good.

04/25/2016 Flag