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Make a one-of-a-kind Greeting Card or Gift card for a special person this Christmas. The machine embroidery is super-easy and the variegated thread adds a ornamental touch.

Size: 4-1/4″; x 5-1/2″; designed?by Nancy Mahoney.

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Attach the embroidery module to your machine. Install an embroidery needle and an embroidery foot. Thread the machine with 30-wt thread. Select an embroidery design; on my BERNINA 790, I selected HG319 and reduced the size to 67 x 114 mm, or 75% of the original. Refer to the manual for your machine for help setting up your machine.

Measure about 2-1/8″; from each short end of the stabilizer. Lightly score the paper with a knife and remove the center section of the paper. Place the white rectangle on top of the adhesive side of the stabilizer; press firmly. Then place the stabilized fabric in the medium hoop.

Embroider the design. Remove the hoop from your machine.

Fold the piece of red card stock in half, to make a 4-1/2″; x 5-1/2″; card. (Tip: For a perfectly straight creaseoutdoor cushion covers, lay a ruler along the desired fold line; then run a scoring tool along the ruler’;s edge to score the card.) Remove the embroidered design from the hoop. Trim the stitched design to 3-1/2″; x 4-3/4″;, keeping the design centered. Using a glue stick, apply glue to the center of the card front. Then, adhere the trimmed design to the card front.

Install a Reverse patchwork foot, a 5mm or 9mm Stitch plate, and an 80/12 needle. Using a straight stitch, topstitch around the outer edges of the stitched design to secure the piece in place.

Select a zigzag stitch. Set the width to 3.0 and the length to 0.40. Carefully, satin stitch around the embroidered piece.

Fold the piece of white card stock in half, to make a 4″; x 5″; inner card. Center and glue (or tape) the white card to the inside of the red card to cover up the machine stitches.

Now, you just have to write your personal greeting and send it to someone you love!

Today’;s gift?is a?BERNINA?neoprene laptop sleeve?to one awesome WeAllSew fan. All you have to do is post a comment below answering the following question:

What would be your favorite design for your personal Christmas greeting card?

A winner will be chosen?at random?on December 7, 2015 and announced later this week!

Good luck!

Congratulations to our WeAllSew reader “crathunde”, the winner of the December 6 gift. Enjoy!

This is my last project for the BERNINA’s Block Party Block of the Month. I will miss reading Nina’s blogs and creating a project from each block that she creates. And I will miss meeting with you all! To go out on a good note, let’s create a quilted tray out of this last block. Whether you use it for your keys or for sewing supplies, this will be a handy tray to have anywhere you place it.

Despite their small size, side tables are among the most flexible and functional pieces of furniture around. They’re more than just a place to set your drink – these versatile players can provide much-needed storage, serve up food and drink in style, and occasionally, can even pinch-hit as extra seating. Plus, their modest proportions and low price-point makes them an easy way to play around with different finishes, colors and shapes in your decor.? Don’t limit yourself to matching sets – mix and match them throughout your space to achieve exactly the look and utility you’re after. Here are some things to consider when choosing side tables for your home:

Using painter’s tape or masking tape, tape off a grid.? I would recommend using no more than 10 inches between grid lines.

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