Because it was late at night, I decided to pick a much larger sample to start out with. I had this book -- by Hari Walners -- and I've been anxious to try one of these designs.
So I choose a large design (so my first attempt might be successful) and traced the design onto some paper.
I then layered my batting (bottom), organza and paper template on top with pins.
I set my machine up like I would to FMQ -- using my my Supreme Slider and my FMQ foot. I changed my threads to white (I didn't have any water soluable to use) and put on my Machingers. I started sewing through all three layers in a very small stitch (to cut the paper as I went)...
|The Accident Report - : (|
The rest is history...
|The back side of my slider once I removed it from the machine|
|A view from the top - after I had ripped a few stitches|
|Oh goodness Karen -- way too late at night to be using technology! LOL|
|Thank goodness my husband bought me a new QUEEN Supreme Slider for Christmas !!|
Lesson Learned. Always clean your slider with Water and Mild Detergent before you put it down...
Silly me !
Hugs all !