Package 2 – Exclusively for Luminaire

$40.00

This package uses the 10 5/8” x 16” hoop that comes with the Luminaire to make a Table Runner, Tote Bag or Traditional Quilt. Includes 20 Hexagon Blocks which are 9-1/2” wide.

Each project in this package include step by step screen shots of the Luminaire to learn more about My Design Center and Embroidery Edit features.

Detailed instructions to finish project are included.

This product is a digital download. Once you complete your purchase, you will be shown a link to download your purchase and you will be sent an email with a download link as well.

Embroidery format: PES
Cutting Machine formats: FCM, SVG, PDF & JPG
Stitch Area: 10 5/8” x 16”

SKU: HEX22020.02 Category:

Description

The Table Runner project will use several of the features of the Luminaire.
Using one of the twenty 9 ½” wide hexagon blocks included in this package, learn how to create an “Outline” and adding a “Fill” from My Design Center resulted in a quilted block. Use the Joining Strip technique to assemble the quilted blocks.

This project teaches how to:
1. Create an “Outline” around a design,
2. Transforming the “Outline” to a Tack Down Stitch.
3. Update the stitch sequence to complete the Mug Rug.

The Tote Bag project will use several of the features of the Luminaire.
Customize your own block by adding a name as well as a “Fill” to any of the twenty 9 ½” wide hexagon blocks included in this package. Consider stitching out the hexagon block without fabric or one piece of fabric. Use the Joining Strip technique to assemble the quilted blocks.

This project teaches how to:
1. Create an “Outline” around a design,
2. Transforming the “Outline” to a Tack Down Stitch.
3. Add a fill to the Hexagon Applique Block to transform it to a quilted hexagon applique block.
4. Create a “Quilted Block” in My Design Center to make the handles for the Tote Bag.

The Traditional Quilt project will use several of the features of the Luminaire.
Further customize your own block by adding an applique element to the top and bottom of the quilted block. Transform each of the twenty hexagon blocks to quilted blocks and use the Joining Strip technique to assemble the blocks.

This project teaches how to:
1. Create an “Outline” around a design,
2. Transforming the “Outline” to a Tack Down Stitch.
3. Add a fill to the Hexagon Applique Block to transform it to a quilted hexagon applique block.
4. Create an “Applique section” in My Design Center to finish off the top and bottom of the block.