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Organza Rose Trellis Bowl and Doily Set

These are the instructions on how to assemble the Organza Rose Trellis Bowl and Doily Set from our catalog. Along with the embroidery files, you will get the color card, which will help you select the threads and also sort out the many parts of the design.

Organza Rose Trellis Bowl and Doily Set

Making the bowl:

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Step One: To make the bowl, you'll have to embroider six bowl panels and the hexagon as the bottom. The bowl panel is the one in the first row on the right of the picture. The hexagon is in the second row on the right.

Use 2 layers of Vilene-type water-soluble stabilizer and one layer of organza. You either sandwich the organza between the layers of stabilizer or place it over or under the stabilizer, just make sure that all layers are evenly hooped. Use the same thread for both the needle and bobbin to get 2-sided embroidery. The roses are in cross stitch technique. After embroidering roses, trim all jump stitches..

Cut away the excess stabilizer and organza. Rinse the stabilizer and leave to air dry.

Step Two: Press all parts with steam and sew them together with invisible thread. Read instructions on how to do this in our Guide to Assembling a Freestanding Bowl.

Making Doilies:
It's possible to make two types of doilies with this set.

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Doily One: To make this doily, you'll have to embroider six hexagons with roses and the plain hexagon for the center. The doily panel is in the first row on the left. The doily hexagon is in the second row on the left.

Use 2 layers of Vilene-type water-soluble stabilizer. For the doily, you can use white bobbin thread as it doesn't have to be two-sided.

Rinse the stabilizer and leave to air dry. Press with steam and stitch the parts together using invisible thread.

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Doily Two: With the part in the third row on the right of the picture, one can make a doily, a table runner or even a table cloth, with enough patience. We made a table runner with 4 such parts and a piece of linen.

Use 2 layers of Vilene-type water-soluble stabilizer and one layer of organza. You either sandwich the organza between the layers of stabilizer or place it over or under the stabilizer, just make sure that all layers are evenly hooped. Use white bobbin thread as it doesn't have to be two-sided.. When embroidering the roses, trim all jump stitches after every color.

Cut away the excess stabilizer and organza. Rinse the stabilizer and leave to air dry.
Press with steam and stitch to the fabric with invisible thread.

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The third part in the third row on the left is a coaster.

Use 2 layers of Vilene-type water-soluble stabilizer and one layer of organza. You either sandwich the organza between the layers of stabilizer or place it over or under the stabilizer, just make sure that all layers are evenly hooped. Use white bobbin thread as it doesn't have to be two-sided.. When embroidering the roses, trim all jump stitches after every color.

Cut away the excess stabilizer and organza. Rinse the stabilizer and leave to air dry.
Press with steam

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We hope that you liked this set.

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Read here how to make this matching table topper.

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