Stitch both the front and back
Cut very carefully the fabric away from the satin stitch
Mark with your ruler using your marker pen or chalk where you would like the stitching to finish the join for the front and back of bag
If you are making felt bags follow what I have done instead of doing the satin stitch you use the straight stitch designs, the instructions for doing that project is in the colour chart
Zigzag both the front and bag over the satin stitch
With either your hot glue gun or with whatever you prefer glue a pretty ribbon inside the bag to use as a handle.
The inside of the little bag as you can see I used two different colours of felt, just makes the bag more interesting for the little ones, I then used cording and made it a little more interesting by making the coring go around and around gluing as I did it
For the lining I used a contrasting fabric, this makes the little bag even more prettier
New Release Machine Embroidery Designs
Released on the 25th July 2018
5 designs included in the In the Air Machine Embroidery design set.
The In the Air design is suitable for a 5 x 7, 6 x 10, 8 x 12 inch or 180mm x 130mm, 240mm x 150mm and 360mm x 200mm hoop.
The In the Air design is available in DST, EMB, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, VP3 and XXX.
As I am now digitizing with Wilcom embroidery software (which is a commercial software) we are unable to convert files to ART format. Bernina embroidery machines will now need to purchase designs in EMB or EXP format. Sorry for the inconvenience.
The colour chart is included with the design set.
These decorative stitches are in most of your sewing machines, I find many people do not use these beautiful stitches to their full advantage, what I like to do is overlap decorative stitches with different coloured thread