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Turtle Treks Machine Embroidery Applique


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This machine embroidery appliqu set is designed to be used with the Accuquilt GO! (tm) 2, 3, 5" Circle Die #55012 and one of the following 1" circle dies: 55045 (Rose of Sharon), 55007 (Round Flower) or 55366 GO! Airplanes. These adorable turtles can be dressed up for both boy or girl quilts and accessories. Use the designs with the beautiful machine embroidery stitch embellishments or use the unembellished designs and let the fabric do the talking. All designs fit within a 5 x 5 inch hoop. With the Accuquilt GO! Cutter, these designs, and your creativity, you will make projects and quilts that are not only beautiful, but will stand up to the wear and tear of fun and functional creations. These designs are made with stitching that is smooth and soft enough to be quilted by hand or machine. Designs Included: 20 different turtle designs and three different appliqu edges. Appliqu stitches include appliqu stitch, satin stitch, and free-form appliqu stitch. Hoop Size: 120 x 120mm (4.75 x 4.75") The AccuQuilt GO!(tm) die and GO!(r) Fabric Cutter must be purchased separately. Visit for more information about purchasing the die and cutter SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Fits a 120 x 120 mm embroidery hoop

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  • fabric for applique
  • background fabric or garment
  • AccuQuilt Circle Die and Cutter

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I love needlework of all kinds including knitting, sewing, quilting, and machine embroidery. A second love is the digital world of computers and design software. This has led to the many machine embroidery and quilting designs that have been created here. I have been fortunate to collaborate with another gifted stitcher, Debbie Henry who is not only a stitcher but also a teacher. You will see some patterns here that are designed by both of us.