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FSL Organza Snowdrop Bowl and Doily Set

These are the instructions on how to embroider and assemble the FSL Organza Snowdrop Bowl and Doily Set. You will need organza fabric, Vilene water-soluble stabilizer and polyester embroidery threads.

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Our FSL Bowls are embroidered in the same way as ornaments. So please read the General Guidelines first.

Some points to remember from the General Guidelines:
Use Vilene water soluble stabilizer;
Use the same thread for the needle and bobbin to get two-sided embroidery.
DO NOT embroider several designs in one hoop.

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.

Making the Doily:

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Step One: To make this doily, you'll have to embroider six doily panels and six doily panel holders.

To embroider the doily panel holders, use 2 layers of Vilene-type water-soluble stabilizer.
To embroider the doily panels, use 2 layers of Vilene-type water-soluble 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 and tightly hooped.

For the doily, you can use white bobbin thread as it doesn't have to be two-sided.

When the embroidery is done, cut away the excess organza and stabilizer. Rinse the stabilizer and leave to air dry.

Step Two: Press all parts with steam. First zigzag the panel holders together using invisible thread. Then attach the doily panels.

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Making the Bowl:

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Step One: To make the bowl, you'll have to embroider five bowl panels, five bowl panel holders and the pentagon for the bottom.

To embroider the bottom and the bowl panel holders, use 2 layers of Vilene-type water-soluble stabilizer. Use the same thread for both the needle and bobbin to get 2-sided embroidery.

To embroider the bowl panels, use 2 layers of Vilene-type water-soluble stabilizer and one layer of organza. Use the same thread for both the needle and bobbin to get 2-sided embroidery. You either sandwich the organza between the layers of stabilizer or place it over or under the stabilizer. Make sure that all layers are evenly and tightly hooped.

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

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Step Two: Press all parts with steam. Using invisible thread and zig-zag stitch, attach the panels to the panel holders first.
Align the side edges of the panels and zigzag them together one by one. Leave the last seam open.
Zigzag the bottom edge of each panel to the edges of the bottom.
Now zigzag the last seam of the bowl from the inside.
You can also read instructions on how to assemble FSL bowls in our Guide to Assembling a Freestanding Bowl.

There are two files in the set, called "Lady" and "Snowdrops", which are not freestanding. They are satin stitch files and are for embroidering on fabric.

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We hope that you liked this set!

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