This project is a quick and easy pouch for glasses, phone, or just an extra pocket! Depending on the fabrics and designs you choose, they’re suitable for men, women, or kids of any age. Fully lined with no exposed seams, you can turn out a professional looking project with very little investment in time or supplies.
This project can either be done as a single hoop project with a plain back or a two-step process with an embellished back. The one hoop method is obviously the quickest and easiest, while the two step one oﬀers more options for customizing.
You can use the quilting motifs as either decorative by inserting a contrasting thread or as a more functional, background or textural element by using a matching thread. The less decora-tive quilting patterns such as the basic grid, channel, or stipple make a good background for adding in your own design elements. Simply insert those elements after the quilting motif either in your software or at your machine.
24-page illustrated step-by-step instructional PDF plus tips & tricks
Full size pattern pieces
7-page color sequences PDF
17 machine embroidery designs (11 front panels, 6 back panels)
Can be sewn as a single hoop design with plain back or 2 hoopings with embellished back
Formats include: 17 designs in formats as permitted by size. (.art, .exp, .dst, jef, .pes, .shv, .vip, .vp3, .xxx)
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