AUTOPLAY
Preparing Panels For Embroidery
8 steps
Iron your fabric panel. You will also need fusible interfacing and matching thread.
1. Iron your fabric panel. You will also need fusible interfacing and matching thread.
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Following the manufacturers directions iron on your interfacing to the back of the panel.
2. Following the manufacturers directions iron on your interfacing to the back of the panel.
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Machine stitch around the edges of the panel. This will hold everything in place while you embroider
3. Machine stitch around the edges of the panel. This will hold everything in place while you embroider
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If you don’t have interfacing, a thin piece of batting also works nicely!
4. If you don’t have interfacing, a thin piece of batting also works nicely!
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If you use batting, make sure to stitch along all the outer edges to hold it in place.
5. If you use batting, make sure to stitch along all the outer edges to hold it in place.
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I also stitched in between some of the designs. I will be cutting around this for my quilt pieces.
6. I also stitched in between some of the designs. I will be cutting around this for my quilt pieces.
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You are now ready to embroider your panel! Have fun!
7. You are now ready to embroider your panel! Have fun!
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Woodland Getaway Panel available thru Marcus Fabrics designed by Quilt Doodle Designs
8. Woodland Getaway Panel available thru Marcus Fabrics designed by Quilt Doodle Designs
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