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Cutwork Angel

By Marie Duncan Make this cutwork angel for the top of your tree, or to adorn you mantel. It uses the Cutwork Needles, for quick, easy cutwork! Our Cutwork Angel uses the December 2010 Monthly Design, #411100. It is free for the month of December, 2010 from Click on the link, from the Monthly Designs, on the Husqvarna Viking website and you will be ready to download it.

When you get to the Checkout, insert the coupon code FreeDec2010 in the box. Then click Apply Coupon. After December 2010, the design will be available for purchase from

Sewing Supplies:

Embroidery Cutwork Needle Kit #920268096 INSPIRA® Aqua MagicTM Stabilizer ½ yard White Linen Robison Anton 40 wt. Rayon Thread Bobbin Thread One ½" Button 1. Hoop two layers of INSPIRA® Aqua MagicTM Stabilizer and one layer of linen. Thread with the desired finished color, and use throughout the design. The different colors in the design stitch different parts. Don't select Monochrome; the colors need to stop for you to trim, etc. 2. Color 1 stitches around the perimeter of the angel. When color 1 stops, carefully trim outside the stitching. Cut the linen only, not the stabilizer. Trim away the outer linen so that there is a clear area around the angel as shown. 3. Color 2 stitches around the cut edge, securing the raw edges. 4. Color 3 stitches the details in the fabric and the satin stitches around the angel design. 5. For Color 4, remove the needle and needle thread from your machine. Leave the bobbin in place. Using the Multi Purpose Tool, insert Cutwork Needle #1, with the red tip. 6. Touch . When the machine stops, insert Cutwork Needle 2 Yellow. Stitch Color 5 until the machine stops. 7. After Color 5 is complete, place an additional piece of AquaMagic Stabilizer underneath the hoop. Remove the Cutwork Needle and replace it with your regular needle. Thread with 40 wt. Robison Anton Embroidery thread on top and bobbin thread in the bobbin. Stitch color 6. It bastes the stabilizer in place and stitches around each cutwork area to baste the cutwork area to the new stabilizer. 8. When Color 6 is complete, use your tweezers to remove the cut fabric and stabilizer. Clean up any loose threads. 9. Color 7 completes the stitching. 10. Color 8 stitches the buttonhole.

11. Trim the stabilizer away close to the outer stitching of the angel. 12. Rinse in hot water just long enough to remove the stabilizer from the holes and the outer edge of the angel. You want the majority of the stabilizer to remain in the fabric to keep it stiff so it will hold its shape. Allow to dry. 13. Form a cone shape, and mark the placement for the button. 14. Sew on the button.


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