OESD School Of Embroidery : Freestanding Lace - Wichita
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OESD School Of Embroidery : Freestanding Lace - Wichita

OESD School of Embroidery


2 pieces fabric 5” x 7”
2 pieces fabric 2 ½” x 3 ½”

2 pieces sticky tear away stabilizer 5” x 7”
2 pieces sticky tear away stabilizer 2 ½” x 3 ½”
4 pieces water soluble stabilizer10” x 15” or large enough to hoop
Embroidery thread in two colors for
Stitching details (should contrast with appliqué fabric)
Lace (outer portion of project)

Other Supplies and Tools: 
Temporary Adhesive Spray
Embroidery Needle Size 75/11 
Bobbin wound with embroidery thread
Applique Scissors
Snips or thread trimming scissors
Embroidery Machine
Embroidery Hoop (Large enough for 5” x 7” design) 
Embroidery Module
Power Cord
Embroidery Foot 
USB Stick to load project design

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details: Beginner +
Instructor: Dalene McDonald
Instructor Bio: Dalene McDonald learned to hand embroider before she could write. She used her grandma's treadle Singer to make her first scrap quilt at about the same time. She made many of her own clothes when she was in high school and college. Dalene returned to quilting in 2003 and purchased her first Viking sewing machine in 2006. She loves all kinds of sewing, quilting, machine and hand embroidery, and also offers longarm quilting services. She is a member of the Walnut Valley Quilt Guild, the Pioneer Area Quilt Guild, the Newkirk Crazy Quilters, the Wheat Capital Quilt Society, Prairie Quilt Guild, and the American Sewing Guild - Wichita Chapter. Dalene contributes articles to Designs In Machine Embroidery Magazine.

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