Holiday Greenery mini mat, mug mat, hot pad or trivet
You must have an 8-inch or larger hoop to stitch the mug mat.
There is an option for a satin-finished edge, also, if you'd rather not add a binding. Simply stop before that final step if you's like to bind.
Machine embroidery applique in the hoop! (See our photo tutorial for in-the-hoop mats)
To make a candle mat, mug mat, trivet, etc - Sandwich batting—or Fusible Fleece 2 from the Warm Company—between the wrong sides of your top and backing fabrics and hoop. The first and last needle stops made in the course of the stitch-out create an outline, through all layers, as a cutting guide for the outside edge of the mat. There is an option at the very end for a satin-finished edge if you'd rather not bind the mat.
Includes a PDF Cover Stitching Master showing stitch order.
When checkout is complete, you'll receive a download link by email. Follow the instructions to download a .zip file containing all of the file formats in the drop down menu, above.
You are purchasing embroidery files, only. There is no instruction on how to do machine embroidery or how to create projects using these embroidery files. You must have a knowledge of how to use your embroidery machine and how to download the files and load them on your machine or into your embroidery software. See our tutorial on making quilted-in-the-hoop mats. We do not give refunds on digital products.
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