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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
01:29
FREE -- Introduction
05:57
Table Runner Tools & Materials
09:15
Sew the Modern Block & ...
15:41
Assemble Runner & Add Border
07:10
Create the Templates
09:22
Quilt the Runners
49:04
Tips for Stitching Designs on ...
06:35
Class Wrap-Up
02:54
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Class Project Photos

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December 12, 2018
Nancy B
I loved this class. I have been fearful of starting a quilt, not only for the final quilting but for the piecing. I appreciated the time that was spent on actually piecing the project. That tutorial in itself on the piecing aspect was, for me, worth the price of the class. I am excited to try both the piecing and the quilting on one or both of the table runners. It's great that the patterns for both runners are included in the price of the class. Instructor was great...relaxed and informative presentation. I am looking forward to making more projects now that I am armed with the tools and courage to finally get started.
November 11, 2018
Joan P
I just received this class and have only watched a few minutes of it. I have the edge to edge book and patterns from the teacher. I felt that this class would be a great addition to them. Joan P.
October 18, 2018
Evelyn C
The actual edge to edge quilting instruction was very good. I assumed anyone viewing this class would already know how to piece so the first 30 plus minutes of this tutorial were not very effective. It was nice to see that practicing on a table runner was helpful, I would have preferred instruction on a full size project. My biggest learning from the video that I could not glean from other YouTube instruction or from the instruction with the software/booklet was what to do with the pins or what other basting method would be used with this program. Thank you for making this more understandable.
October 1, 2018
Barbara J
I would like to see what else you can make besides table runners. I suppose pillows or quilts but would sure like to see some examples for ideas. Great presentation.
September 9, 2018
Barbara F
I also watched this without making anything yet. I'm planning on making a table runner for the practice because my mom handed over one of her quilt tops and said "here quilt this for me" so I want to do an outstanding job cause I know she's gonna take it to church and show it off.

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