Our April Project: Point-to-Point Serving Strip
Smaller than a traditional table runner, this serving strip is designed to be used in the center of a table or buffet as a place to set hot serving dishes. Simple piecing and quilting-in-the-hoop techniques make it quick to stitch and fun to make. Learn about thread selection, hooping methods, and suitable designs for in-the-hoop quilting as you stitch this useful item for your home.
Finished size: 9" x 29.5"
This project is compatible with any embroidery machine that has the capability to stitch 5" x 7" designs.
Class Series Description
Often new machine owners wonder “What’s my next step after my embroidery guide class?” “How can I learn more about embroidery techniques?” In answer to those questions, Chestnut Ridge Sewing is pleased to announce we are now offering classes from the OESD School of Embroidery. These classes focus on embroidery techniques and explain the theory behind them.
Each month we do a small project while exploring the methods used to create the embroidery. We will discuss the best practices to use and available products that will help the user gain confidence in their stitching skills.
Please join Carol and Betty on the last Monday of each month for a fun day of learning more about machine embroidery. Bring a sack lunch and plan to stay for the day. We’re looking forward to seeing you there!