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August 23, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm$25.00
Use your Pfaff Creative Icon to add a whimsical hat scarf to your wardrobe or a fun table scarf for your summer pool parties. We will use our Exclusive Floating Stitches, Exclusive Lace edge stitching in our embroidery hoop and do it all in our Stitch Sequencing function with Directional Sewing.
Come, learn and be challenged on your Pfaff Creative Icon!
Techniques you will learn and use
- Floating stitches
- Stitch sequencing a lace edge stitch to create two- 5/6 column lace edges embroidered in a 360 long hoop for the scarf.
- Using directional stitching to create your own stitches in sequencing.
- Creating texture with the candle wicking foot on finer fabrics.
- Average scarf measures 7”-9” wide by 50” to 60” long. I would recommend buying a scarf to decorate or make a hat scarf about 10” wide by 20” to 30” long. The photo is a hat scarf. You can also make a table scarf the length and width needed for your table.
- Have your scarf fabric pre- cut before class. I would recommend a light weight chiffon, organza, cotton, linen or even a gauze. The feel of a scarf is light and breezy, even for the table scarf.
- Water soluble stabilizer – Fibrous for lace edges and thin for stitches.
- Decorative threads, scissors, removable fabric marker, ruler, bobbins wound with matching decorative thread.
- Size 70 or 80 Microtex needles
- I also used a decorative cord to put on my scarf edges.
- 2mm or 4mm narrow hem foot
- Candle wicking foot
- Bi-level foot with guide. This came with your iCON.
- Machine and embroidery unit with a 360 or longer hoop. Width is optional. All cords, foot pedals, attachments and 6D foot for embroidery.