Machine embroidery and quilting just got streamlined! Larisa Bland and Nancy Zieman team up to show you how to turn your embroidery machine into a block-piecing machine! With Larisa’s designs, you can Piece in the Hoopâ„¢! All you have to do is add fabric and flip-the embroidery machine does all the sewing for you. This method results in fast, precise blocks every time!
* You’ll learn how to piece quilt blocks in your embroidery machine hoop with accurate and consistent results
* Nancy Zieman demonstrates this piecing technique on included DVD
* A combinationâ€”the art of embroidery with paper piecing patchwork techniquesâ€”means your embroidery machine does all the work for you. All you have to do is add fabric and flip.
* After piecing the blocks, see how easy it is enhance them with decorative embroidery and applique all in one hoping
More details from our Sewing Advisors:
* After mastering the basics, move on to creating 20 projects using the detailed instructions and included embroidery designs. Projects include a wall hanging, miniature quilt, candle placemat, pincushion, hot pad and more.
* Block styles include log cabin, economy patch, pineapple, heart, sunshine and shadows, snowball. Some blocks incorporate applique.
* Included 36 minute DVD hosted by Nancy Zieman shows piecing techniques. Notes From Nancy throughout the book provide handy bonus tips.
* Note: Disc requires a DVD-ROM drive to access embroidery files. View the video portion of the DVD at your computer using the DVD-ROM drive or using a DVD Player and TV. A DVD-ROM drive required for accessing embroidery files. A standard CD-ROM drive will not be able to access embroidery files.
* Full color photos; soft cover, 128 page book by Larisa Bland
* Includes 44 embroidery designs including pieced quilt blocks and decorative embroidery designs
* 44 designs require up to a 5″ x 7″ stitch field
* 9 Embroidery formats: ART, DST, EMD, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VP3, XXX
* This CD-ROM requires a windows based computer and a transfer medium to load designs to embroidery machine. (Examples include Floppy Disk, Flash Drive, Reader/Writer system with Memory Card such as the Amazing Box Max or Sewing Machine Software.)