Southwest Greeting Cards

Southwest Greeting Cards

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This pattern contains the following:

  • Design files and instructions for 6 designs in the following formats: .DST, .EMB, .EXP, .HUS, .JEF, .PES, .VP3.
  • Quilted Designs are 4.50" x 6.50". A 5" x 7" hoop or larger is required.
  • As a BONUS, all 6 designs also come as "Design Only," without the quilted background. These designs are perfect for totes, aprons, tea towels etc. You will use the same stitch-out instructions for these "Design Only" designs except you will need to skip over Step 2 (the quilting) for each design.
  • Mirror and non-mirror PDF templates for cutting out shapes.
  • SVG cutting files that can be used with your preferred electronic cutting machine. 

Fabric and Other Materials: 

  • Applique fabrics - the templates and cutting files are also included in pattern.
  • 6” x 8” rectangle of background fabric for each design
  • 6” x 8” rectangle of Pellon 101 (Shape-Flex) for each design
  • Tearaway stabilizer (We use 2 layers of 1.8 oz firm tearaway)
  • 5 x 7 blank cards ( We use 5 x 7 Heavyweight Folded Cardstock with A7 envelopes)
  • Coordinating threads for embroidery
  • Erasable or water soluble pen
  • 505 spray or Glue Stick

This pattern was not designed for the type of applique where you cut away the extra fabric. The templates are the actual applique size and after cutting out the pieces, you will place the pieces within stitched-out placement lines.

HOWEVER: You CAN use the cutaway method for your applique, but you will have to repeat the placement line after you place your fabric down and before you cut your fabric away.   I do not include a second placement line or a tack down stitch in my designs.

This pattern was not designed for the type of applique where you cut away the extra fabric. The templates are the actual applique size and after cutting out the pieces, you will place the pieces within stitched-out placement lines.

HOWEVER: You CAN use the cutaway method for your applique, but you will have to repeat the placement line after you place your fabric down and before you cut your fabric away.   I do not include a second placement line or a tack down stitch in my designs.

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