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Skill Level: Confident Beginner
Christine Conner
Learn Edge-to-Edge Quilting With Your Embroidery Machine
Learn Edge-to-Edge Quilting With Your Embroidery Machine
Christine Conner, Instructor

Learn Christine Conner's amazing technique for stitching edge-to-edge quilting designs on your embroidery machine! Discover an excellent alternative to stitch-in-the-ditch and longarm quilting to finish your quilts.


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To see a complete materials list for all class projects, download this Class Materials PDF.

If you own an embroidery machine or have thought about buying one, here's an exciting class for you! Now you can learn how to finish your quilts with edge-to-edge quilting designs that you stitch out with your home embroidery machine! With just one press of the button, your embroidery machine will stitch the selected designs perfectly onto your quilt projects.

In this class you'll learn how to:
  • Set up your embroidery machine for quilting.
  • Create templates for positioning embroidery designs.
  • Connect edge-to-edge for quilting designs with no gaps.
  • Quilt small and large projects with your embroidery machine.
  • Piece one of two attractive runners, and quilt them with the included Oval Loop or Butterfly quilting designs
Class includes the following downloads:
  • Complete instructions to make two exclusive projects: Modern Oval Loop Table Runner and Pinwheel Butterfly Table Runner.
  • Embroidery files for all major machine brands.
Annie's online classes include downloadable and printable class project instructions in PDF format in addition to the online video content. You can view online classes at your convenience, 24/7, 365 days a year from any mobile device, both tablet and non-tablet (phones, iPod Touch, etc.) but classes are best viewed on tablets or computers. All Annie's online classes and DVDs have closed captioning.
FREE -- Class Overview
FREE -- Introduction
Table Runner Tools & Materials
Sew the Modern Block & ...
Assemble Runner & Add Border
Create the Templates
Quilt the Runners
Tips for Stitching Designs on ...
Class Wrap-Up
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Class Project Photos

Customer Reviews for Learn Edge-to-Edge Quilting With Your Embroidery Machine:

Average Rating:
5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 48 customers.)

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March 5, 2018
Robyn B
I loved this class. I have had an embroidery machine for years and have quilted for years, so this class really gave my quilting new life. Thank you very much, now I'm going to buy more quilting designs.
March 5, 2018
Debra B
Excellent class. The instruction was wonderful. The class and the product are both really well designed. Great information but not too wordy.
February 25, 2018
Fran P
I'm not new to sewing or quilting. I am basically self taught trial and error. Sometimes a lot of seam ripping and reseeding. I guess that's mostly how I learned to sew. Patterns. I am looking forward to watching and learning skills that I don't have. Perhaps better quality of embroidering and sewing.

I loved reading the reviews and that helped me make the decision to purchase class and or CD.

Annie thank you for coming into my life.
February 11, 2018
Bernadette N
I was anxious to try edge to edge quilting as that was one of the reasons I recently purchased an embroidery machine. My dealer has had classes in the past, but nothing on the schedule coming up, so I decided to try this class. It was great, my runner turned out great. I guess having someone over your shoulder might have prevented some mistakes, but Christine did a great job of pointing out things to watch for, so nothing too serious. I think my tension was a little off, but I think it could have been thread combo, the batting, needle, don't know. The technique was pretty easy and very well explained and once I figured out how my machine does positioning (youtube videos!) I was rolling. It was great to be able to go back and watch segments over so I really understood what I was doing. I only have a small hoop and a larger 360x200 which I had to use, but that worked fine, just had a large area surrounding my work! One thing I would change is to have the extra materials listed on the materials page, I had to watch to video to know I needed double sided basting tape, materials for template, etc that Christine explained in the first lession. Unless I missed that list somewhere! Now on to the machine binding class!
January 20, 2018
Adrienne B
Excellent class I really enjoyed it. My question was answer in a short time. Very good I made my templates and used them in a small quilt

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