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Machine Applique Stitches - What Settings Should You Use? - QuiltNotes-Applique means “to apply” and applique in quilting means to apply one or more fabrics on top of the other. Apply the applique by machine or by hand. This article looks at two machine applique techniques: raw edge applique and turn under applique. The two most popular machine applique stitches are the zig zag stitch (also known as the satin stitch) and the buttonhole stitch (also known as the blanket stitch).
Applique Part 2 - Machine Applique with Fusibles - The Crafty Quilter-Part 2 of the Applique Series is all about using fusible products with machine applique. You can find Part 1 here: Machine Applique Terminology and Part 3 here: Machine Applique Stitches. let’s start with a review of what a fusible product is and the different brands available.
Applique Part 3 - Machine Applique Stitches - The Crafty Quilter-This is the third part in a series of machine applique tutorials and today we will be focusing on the various stitches used on our sewing machines to stitch applique in place. This might get lengthy, so grab a cup of tea! The most common stitches used with fusible applique are the zig zag stitch (satin or narrow), the blanket stitch and a straight stitch.
Jack O' & Friends Mini Quilt Riley Blake Designs Chapter 10: Optional Blanket Stitch-Carmen Geddes' Jack O' & Friends Mini Quilt: Optional Blanket Stitch-Video 4:38 min Carmen also discuses quilting on applique, quilting in the ditch-giving your applique dimension, quilting on the outside of the applique helps create dimension...
Turn Under Machine Applique- In turn under machine applique the edges are turned under before stitching. This article shows two methods to prepare turn under machine applique. The first uses a product called Stitch-N-Peel and glue. The second uses freezer paper and fabric spray starch. Find out which is best for you.