Marigold Quilt Advanced Embroidery Project
Create this amazing quilt designed and digitized by Janet Sansom!
PFAFF Marigold Quilt Advanced Embroidery Project
Create this stunning Marigold Quilt Advanced Embroidery Project wall hanging.
It will make a unique statement in your living room, or as a talking-point in your sewing room! We used a PFAFF sewing and embroidery machine and PFAFF in-the-hoop embroidery technology.
To sew a Marigold Quilt you will need:
PFAFF sewing and embroidery machine
Embroidery: 6 yards (5 metres) of black quilters muslin 40 inches (110cm) wide (this may be overestimated, however you may wish to test your stitching and it shall depend on how you cut your fabric as to how much is used)
1 1/2 yards (120cm) red tone on tone fabric 40inches (110cm) wide
2 1/4 yards (200cm) green tone on tone fabric 40inches (110cm) wide (I used the length of the fabric to prevent and joins, however this will leave left over fabric. If you wish to use the width of the fabric you will only require 1 1/4 yards (120cm))
4 ¾ yards (420cm) of backing fabric 40 inches (110cm) wide
2 ¼ yards (190cm) of batting
Note: It is recommended fabrics be 100 percent cotton, pre-washed and well ironed. It is recommended you spray starch the back of fabric to be embroidered, including sashings.
- Cotton Construction Thread
- 80/12 Universal Machine Needle for construction
- 70/10 Embroidery Needle
- Fusible Tearaway Stabilizer
- Light weight tearaway stabilizer
- Embroidery Threads
- Ribbon for decorating sashing’s
- Black bobbin fill
- Rotary Cutter and Cutting Mat
- Spray starch
- Chalk pencil
- 1/4 inch foot
- Endless Hoop 260 x 150mm
Finished Quilt Size: Measures 72 x 82.5 inches (183 x 209cm)