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Art roll in-the-hoop


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It couldn't be easier to make this art roll with perfectly spaced pockets and rounded corners. Most of the sewing is done in the hoop, with just the finishing top-stitching done on your regular machine. All raw edges are enclosed and no satin stitch edges are used. Nobody will ever know that you didn't make it by hand! The finished art roll can hold Micron pens, drawing pencils, crayons, or other drawing tools. It can be made with a pocket to hold artist trading cards (ATCs), a pocket size Moleskine(tm) Volant or similar-sized notebook, or Zentangle(tm) tiles. All steps are completed in one hooping, then top stitch the art roll to finish. You can make your roll with pockets for pens, crayons, or other drawing tools all the way across, or leave a pocket that's perfectly sized for artist trading cards (ATCs), Zentangle tiles, or a pocket notebook. A single embroidery design provides all three options. Comes with professionally written and tested instructions that include pictures for many of the steps. The following formats are included: HUS, JEF, PEC, VIP The instructions are included in PDF format. I recommend Google Chrome for viewing PDFs. You may use this embroidery design and instructions to make art rolls for yourself or to sell in limited quantities only. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic understanding of machine embroidery SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Minimum hoop size: 160 mm x 260 mm (6.2" x 10.2") Finished size (unrolled): 6" x 10"

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1/3 yard or 2-3 fat quarters of quilting cotton for the cover, lining, and pocket
  • Sewing thread to match your fabric
  • 3/4 yard of ribbon, twill tape, or cording

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I've been sewing and crafting since I was a little girl. I got my first sewing machine - a little hand-crank Singer - when I was 5. My mom and grandma taught me to sew, quilt, knit, crochet, and embroider. I have tried many crafts, but my sewing machine has been a constant in my life. Now I'm a longarm quilter and I love every minute!