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Three Lunch Box Quilts Classes

Susan Beck
Cats Meow Large Quilt Cats Meow Large Quilt

Embroidery + Appliqué + Quilting - what's not to like? See how these three techniques blend together to make beautiful and fun projects. Angie Steveson will be in Meissner's Santa Rosa store for 3 days to share her unique and whimsical Lunch Box Quilts. Join us for one (or more) of the following classes - Click here for more info and registration.

Sail Away Sail Away

 

 

 

Take all 3 classes - let Angie help you master embroidery, applique, and quilting - all in the hoop!

 

 

NOV 19 - Designer Trunk Show
Angie shows her beautiful quilts and shares her favorite techniques. This 2-hour class is filled with creativity, learning, and fun!

Fall Leaves Fall Leaves Placemat

NOV 20 - Embroidered Placemat
Complete your own Lunch Box Quilts project in one of these two sessions. Everything, including the machine, is provided so register today and join this entertaining and informative class.

NOV 21 - Embroidered Appliqué Quilt
Choose one of 19 Lunch Box Quilts in-the-hoop projects to work on in class. Each has its own character and there is something for everyone. You'll leave the class with several completed quilt blocks, feeling confident you can complete the quilt - a great way to improve your embroidery skills!

Angie Steveson, Designer and Owner of Lunch Box Quilts
Angie Steveson, Designer and Owner of Lunch Box Quilts

 

Angie's No-Fail Machine Embroidery Tips

• Always use an embroidery needle when stitching embroidery applique. The needle has a larger eye for the thread to pass through, preventing fraying that can be caused by high-speed stitching.

• If using a sticky stabilizer, use a titanium embroidery needle. The titanium coating resists the stickiness of the stabilizer.

• Small curved tipped scissors will trim around the applique pieces most efficiently.

 

Sew Vintage Wall Hanging Sew Vintage Wall Hanging

 

 

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