Have you thought about using your embroidery hoop to quilt? The Amelie Scott book, Edge-to-Edge Quilting, can get you started! This technique achieves the long-arm look without the big machine and is suitable for any sized quilt. Join the fun and learn tips and tricks from Nancy, who has used this method for her own quilts. You'll have beautifully quilted quilts in no time!
Your machine must accommodate either a 7.8” x 13.8”, 6.7” x 11.7”, or 5.6” x 9.9” embroidery field.
Book-Edge to Edge Quilting by Amelie Scott
One design from CD in book downloaded to your machine or on a USB stick. Make sure have both the A & B parts of your design.
Sewing machine with the embroidery unit and power cord
Hoop and plastic template to fit one of the design sizes offered*
*Bernina machines: Jumbo, Maxi or Mega hoop. The large oval will not work with this program.
Sharp machine needles size 80/12 or 90/14
Thread for machine quilting
1 bobbin wound in a contrasting color to the top thread
1 piece heavy weight cutaway stabilizer to fit your hoop
Fabric marker of your choice
6 x 24 ruler
Ball point pen
42” square cotton fabric
42” square cotton batting
28” square cotton fabric-draw a 4” grid on this square of fabric starting with center cross hairs working out to the edge
Layer the above 3 with the 28” cotton fabric centered of the batting. Secure with several safety pins.