Baby Quilt using Bernina B750QE Machine

Finally, I was brave enough to try out my Bernina Embroidery machine to make a baby quilt for a personalized Christmas gift. Wow, that was surprisingly easy! What was I worried about?!?

Sawyer loved the quilt. We did tummy time on it.
See down below where he snuggled in it!
I typed in “SAWYER” and loaded my green thread.
The machine took me through the steps including loading the embroidery needle.
My layers included stabilizer, hoop, and then basted minky fabric.
I used a water-soluble stabilizer over the minky.
So happy with how the machine embroidered.
I have a lot to learn, but this was a start!
After the embroidering was done, I trimmed the stabilizer off the back.
And I washed away the top stabilizer with a damp washcloth.
I put the right sides together of my top and bottom fabrics.
I pinned every few inches along the edges.
As I sewed along the edges, about 1/2 inch, I left an opening.
Be sure to sew on the fabric side, not the Minky side.
I flipped the quilt right side out.
I ironed around the edges including the opening,
flipping those edges under.
Do NOT iron the Minky.
To finish the quilt, I sewed along the top edge, about 1/2 inch.
This closes the opening and adds a nice border.
I am so happy with how the baby quilt turned out.
Hopefully, it gives you a little encouragement!
He went right to sleep when we wrapped him up in it!
Merry Christmas to you!

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