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5×7, 6×6, 8×8 and 10.5×10.5 hoops
Try stitching on scuba fabric – it’s stretchy and shiny and gives your quilting designs some texture – it looks good when the designs are puffy!! I used a slate grey scuba fabric with a darker grey thread in my samples – and I love how it turned out!!
Don’t let the complicated look of this quilt/wall hanging keep you from stitching! It’s easy to stitch and easy to put together, too. Create a large quilt or a beautiful table runner using different blocks; you can try a pillow too!
Larger lap quilt with two medallions:
There are two videos linked here – the first is for the stitch along this block, and the second is instructions to stitch the blocks together.
Stitch Along Video:
In the instructions and the video below, you will learn a new technique for joining quilt blocks. I was tired of pinning and re-doing seams to ensure everything matched perfectly. When I created the Zen Owl, I did not look forward to matching up the single stitches, designs, and points, so I decided to make it easy to sew it once and have everything match up. This is a game-changer and will make you love in-the-hoop quilts even more!!