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Supplies (for two)
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5/8 yard white linen
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1/3 yard gold broadcloth
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Dark gold  40 wt. rayon embroidery thread
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Wash-away fabric marker
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Design “10_corner” from Classic Linens Embroidery CD & Book
1.
Cut the linen into two 21 3/4 inches squares.
2.
Cut the broadcloth into two  10 x 10 inch strips and four 3 x  12 inch pieces.
3.
Draw a line ¾ inch from  each raw edge of the linen squares. These are the hem lines.
4.
Baste two of the broadcloth pieces onto two sides of one corner of each linen square keeping to the outside of the lines. These are used to aid in hooping so you can get closer to the linen edge without wasting fabric.
1.
Place the stabilizer on a surface.
2.
Place the  linen over the.
3.
Place the gold fabric over the base fabric.
4.
Hoop the entire stack with the stabilizer on the bottom and the gold fabric on top.
5.
Thread your embroidery machine with thread that matches the base fabric color.
6.
Embroider color #1. This color will outline the design where the fabric will be cut.
7.
After the machine completes color #1, and stops for color #2, remove the hoop from the embroidery         
Directions
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machine, but do not remove the fabric from the hoop.
8.
Lay the hoop on a flat surface such as a table or desk.
9.
Carefully cut away both pieces of fabric from the outside edges that were outlined when color #1 was embroidered. Leave the stabilizer intact. Some designs such as 06_center, have a center area that may be cut away as well. If desired, cut the contrasting fabric only from the center area leaving the main fabric untouched.
10.
Place the hoop back into the embroidery machine and embroider the remaining colors. These colors can be monotone or contrasting colors.
11.
When the embroidery is finished, remove the scrap fabric and using stabilizer underneith the linen, add a straight satin stitch  along the lines drawn in step #3.
12.
Wash away the stabilizer and press the piece.
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