Hi everyone! As promised, here is the post with the instructions and link to the machine embroidery design files to make the runner. I want to thank Eileen Roche from Designs in Machine Embrodiery (DIME) magazine for graciously allowing me to share this with you. And a special thank you to Christine from Amelie Scott Designs who designed this beautiful embroidery pattern. I first learned about Amelie Scott Designs when I was experimenting using an embroidery machine to quilt my quilts. This was long before I took the plunge on my longarm. I have many of her quilting packs and I love them! Note: You will need a machine than uses hoops larger than 5×7 to make this runner. Those of you with hoops that are 4×4 or 5×7, don’t worry, we’ll do another Embroider-along just for you soon. 🙂
CORRECTION: The measurements in the .pdf are off and you need to use the measurements provided below. You can click here to see the page with the correct measurements. http://www.ameliescott.com/dime.html Hey, look at it this way – we let others work out the kinks for us! LOL
CORRECTION: When you are ready to make the quilt sandwich, lay the backing fabric FACE DOWN.
1 – Fabric measurements — The fabric and Pellon measurements should be 6.5 x 8.5 and 2.5 x 6.5 inches.
2 – Download link — Click on the link below to download the zip file that contains the free embroidery files for our Sea Shell Table Runner.
Link to free embroidery files – http://www.ameliescott.com/dime.html
The link will allow a direct download of a ZIP file that contains the 3 embroidery files you will use. Most web browsers can use that just fine. Remember, after the file has downloaded, be sure to right click on it and choose Extract All from the menu. Otherwise the files won’t work.
Also, don’t forget, through July 31, 2019, users who use the link below will receive two entire years of DIME Magazine for the price of one for $19.95. No coupon code is required. You will LOVE this magazine – or at least I hope you love it as much as I do. 🙂
When you are finished, share your project with me on Instagram and tag me @powertoolswiththread I’d love to see your work!
Tomorrow we leave for the coast to celebrate our 18th wedding anniversary and will be home on Sunday. See you then!