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    Build a Quilt on Your Embroidery Machine

    Build a Quilt on Your Embroidery Machine
    Amelie Scott Designs
    Just assemble the blocks and you are done! Stitch in the hoop embroidered and quilted blocks then use our simple technique to join them, and that is it! Make these projects as large or as small as you want to.
    Included in this book are:
    Instructions for the Quilted Block Joining technique.
    10 projects, including 3 quilts, place mats, a table runner, 2 wall hangings, a pillow, and 2 tote bags.
    28 embroidery files in approximately 6in, 7in, and 8in sizes.
    Quilt resizing chart for sizes up to King.
    Multi-format CD: ART, DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VP3, XXX.

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    Build A Quilt on Your Embroidery Machine Amelie Scott Designs Just assemble the blocks and you are done! Stitch in the hoop embroidered and quilted blocks then use our simple technique to join them, and that is it! Make these projects as large or as small as you want to. Included in this book are: Instructions for the Quilted Block Joining technique. 10 projects, including 3 quilts, place mats, a table runner, 2 wall hangings, a pillow, and 2 tote bags. 28 embroidery files in approximately 6in, 7in, and 8in sizes. Quilt resizing chart for sizes up to King. Multi-format CD: ART, DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VP3, XXX.

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