June 27th, 2018 – 2:00 PM
Set your timers and get to stitching! These adorable kitchen-themed designs are just the thing to accent your favorite apron in style while still preventing stains. Inspired by the 1950s using bold colors commonly seen in homes at that time. these designs were crafted to fit perfectly on a large apron pocket, ideal for stowing tasting spoons, pen and paper for recipe notes, or even a thermometer.
Create these adorable apron pockets using two design files – one for the stitched design and one for attaching your new pocket to an apron.
You will leave this workshop with a completed waist apron. With very minimal additional sewing included, let your embroidery machine handle all the work.
This collection was created using a combination of bean and satin stitches to give a more hand-stitched look to your new kitchen creation, but in a fraction of the time.
What you should bring to class:
Embroidery machine and embroidery module
8″ X 12″ hoop (or larger)
Regular foot for sewing (for those whose machines also sew)
Thread: Green (for leaves and ivy), White (flower petals), Yellow (flower centers), Brown (basket), Blue (butterly wing details), Pink (butterfly bodies and antenna), dark mauve/pink for satin stitches used to attach pocket could also use black or white. Black thread with matching bobbin to attach tie ribbons.
Looking forward to seeing everyone for a fun time of machine embroidery. Remember, if you know of someone thinking about machine embroidery, invite them to come to a class and we will provide a demo machine for them to test drive.