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RULER WORK AND EMBROIDERY EVERY FRIDAY

December 8 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Friday, repeating until December 22, 2017

Have you been thinking about ruler work or embroidery and how much fun it might be? Have you wanted to learn how to use a ruler foot and rulers or an embroidery machine? Come in and learn from the Kay Hoffman who has a wealth of information to share with you and will bring in a unique project each week! See how to use different rulers (Westalee and BERNINA) with the ruler foot and create unique results. Learn how to hoop up for the best embroidery results, add designs and lettering, applique in the hoop, quilting in the hoop, monogramming, design repositioning, continuous embroidery, embroidering with mylar and other unusual materials plus more! PLEASE email us at pfc@portsmouthfabric.com and indicate a date and time that is good for you, or call 603-436-6343. Here is a BERNINA Ruler Foot Tutorial that highlights the features of the Bernina Ruler Foot #72.  The Bernina Ruler Foot #72 has an adjustment dial so that the height of the foot can be adjusted to match the fabric thickness individually to allow the fabric to move smoothly without getting stuck. This additional option provided by the adjustable foot height extends the scope of applications for Bernina sewing machines that do not have the function ‘automatic presser foot pressure/presser foot height.’ The Bernina Ruler Foot #97 is for use on the Bernina Q Series longarm machines.

 

 

 

Details

Date:
December 8
Time:
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Organizer

Kay Hoffman

Venue

Portsmouth Fabric Co
112 Penhallow St
Portsmouth, NH 03801 United States
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Phone:
6034366343

*** Class Policy: Full payment is due at time of registration. 1/2 refund if cancellation is one week before the start of class. No refund if cancellation is within one week of class. Full refund if class is canceled due to weather, low enrollment, or teacher illness.