In celebration of the upcoming 4th of July holiday, this week’s project is how to make in the hoop 4th of July bunting. This was my first time working on a project like this. It was new both in terms of bunting and that this project takes several hoopings and then comes together to form one large project. My good friend Carol introduced me to Sweet Pea Embroidery Designs a couple of months ago and I loved how detailed their designs are! Lots of their designs require multiple hoopings to create larger projects, which is great for those that have a machine with only a 5×7 hoop and want the opportunity to make bigger items.
Another fun aspect of this project is that it requires a little bit of sewing. Don’t worry if you are a novice at sewing, I am definitely a beginner myself! It is just a straight line stitch to finish off this project which is just about all I know how to do 😂.
In the Hoop 4th of July Bunting Supplies:
- 4th of July Bunting design from Sweet Pea
- Cut Away Stabilizer use coupon code “karliebelle” for 10% off
- Quilt Batting
- Applique Fabric
- I am using several red, white, and blue fabrics that I got from Joann
- Each applique size is listed in the pdf instructions that comes with the design when you buy it.
- Applique Scissors
- 75/11 Ball Point Needle
- Embroidery Thread
- Thread Stand
- Pre-wound Bobbin
- Rotary Blade
- Cutting Mat
- Acrylic Ruler
- Bias Tape
- Sewing Machine or combo machine like my NQ3600D
I really enjoyed making this project! I have always been a fan of bunting for holiday decorations. Now that I know I can make them on my embroidery machine, I want to make some for every holiday 🎃🎄🎆🐇.
I hope you enjoy this project as much as I did! For those of you that watch til the end of the video, I was able to make it to the festival and it was not raining there 🙌.
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