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Bar Stool Covers

Bar Stool Covers

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BAR STOOL COVER
 A project featuring 
“Fanciful Frogs”by Stephanie Stouffer 
OESD Collection 759 Available in the following formats: Artista 200 CD, 165-185 Artista Card, BrotherCompatible Card Viking Rose and 1+ Compatible Card
 
SUPPLIES:
1- 19” square of fabric forbarstool top
1- 19” circle of fabric for barstool lining
1- 19” circle of batting
OESD Tear Away Stabilizer
505 Temporary Adhesive Spray
Isacord Polyester Embroidery Thread
OESD Bobbin Thread
Organ Embroidery Needles
 Approximately 1 yard ¼” Elastic
Embroidery Machine
Sewing machine
Serger
EMBROIDER THE DESIGN:
 
Cut a 19” square of fabric.
Draw a horizontal line through the centerof the fabric square.
Draw a vertical line through in the centerof the square.
Spray 2 layers of OESD Lightweight Tear Away Stabilizer together with 505Temporary Adhesive Spray.
Spray the top of the two layers with 505and place the fabric square on topcentering the center mark in theapproximate center of the stabilizer.
Hoop the fabric and stabilizer as one andselect a design. (The sample shown uses “Cool Frog”, Design # 24, available onlyon the artista 200 CD and the 165-185artista Card.)
Use your machine’s layout feature tocenter the needle over the marked centeron the fabric square. Embroider thedesign and remove from hoop.
Remove the excess stabilizer from theback of the fabric.
PREPARE FABRIC AND BATTING:
Draw a 19” circle on the embroideredsquare centering the design. Cut out thecircle.
Copyright 2002 / OESD, Inc. www.embroideryonline.com
 
 
Place the embroidered circle and the liningcircle with WRONG SIDES TOGETHER withthe circle of batting between. Spray thelayers together with 505.
SERGE THE ELASTIC:
Set the serger for a balanced 4-threadstitch with regular tension settings, butthe LONGEST STITCH LENGTH POSSIBLE.
Mark (but do not cut) a dot 27” from oneend of the elastic. (This is the point thatideally should be the end of the elastic.However, do not worry too much if it doesnot.)
Begin serging for about 2" and stop.
as
tch the elastic tightly
til you reach the point where the
he end of the elastic withserger stitches.Lift the presser foot and place the elasticunder the foot as close to the needlepossible.Continue serging until the needles catchthe elastic. Then strein front of the foot.Serge unelastic started.Stop stretching the elastic and clip off theexcess. Serge over the original stitchinguntil you cover t
Copyright 2002 / OESD, Inc. www.embroideryonline.com

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