PDF pattern for raw edge applique using free motion embroidery.
This is the 17th of a series patterns to make the ‘Life in the Town’ quilt. The block forms the lower border and Cedric Squirrel pulling Lord Appleby’s phaeton. Lord Appleby is doffing his hat for two of his acquaintances who are walking along the street in front of Lord Conkerly’s town house.
This border measures 32 6 by 6” finished size. I am expecting the full quilt to be approximately 44 by 52” and full of life in the town, both above and below stairs, and contain around 15 blocks with four border panels.
. This block measures 6 by 32" finished (6.5 by 36.5" unfinished.)
This pattern contains the templates along with plenty of colour photographs through each step.
I don't teach you how to do free motion embroidery in this pattern, other than my own hints and tips, neither do I tell you how to set your machine up for free motion embroidery but I do give you all the stages for you to make your own embroidery.
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