Scrappy Hoop Art using the Janome Skyline S7

These amazing stitches were created with the Janome Skyline S7 machine. 

I selected various stitches, played with sizing, and pressed the pedal. 

No worrying about special thread or needles -- just select and go!

No worrying about the shapes cut, I just let the scissors do what they wanted for the felt. I ripped the cotton for extra textury lovin'. Stray threads are my fave.

I'm using Gutermann thread and a universal sewing needle in the tutorial.

My hoop is 9" across.

 Materials used include various cottons, felts, and a hoop. 

If you want a hand selected KIT, I have a few available here. It will include background fabric, select colors of quilting cottons and wool felts, and a hoop. :)

Short clip of the backside of this piece:

Video tutorial is on my YouTube channel if it doesn't load for you here on the blog.

A HUGE shout out to Timothy Friend for making my YouTube animated logo intro! 
If you're looking for some animation work I highly recommend Timothy.

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