At Kimberbell, we’ve got the fever—spring fever! And there’s no better way to celebrate the welcome warmth of spring than with Kimberbell’s Machine Embroidery by Number: Springtime Collection. This original project CD includes a collection of five favorite springtime icons: a basket, an Easter egg, a kite, a tulip, and a spool.
Each section of fabric is sewn with precision on your embroidery machine to create a homey, paper-pieced look—with crosshatch quilting and optional ribbon loops for hanging. Available in sizes from extra-small to extra-large, you’ll find many fun ways to display and use each design, from coaster and mug rug to potholder, ornament and more! (The smallest size even makes an adorable pin cushion!) Yep—these designs are just the thing to brighten your spring!
A-tisket, a-tasket, a sweet embroidered basket! Clever piecing, done completely in-the-hoop, creates a springtime basket for a beautiful bouquet. You’ll love every blooming thing about this mini quilt, from the six embroidered flower stems to the charming button embellishments.
Are you on the hunt for a sweet springtime craft? Piecing in-the-hoop is the trendy embroiderer’s way to decorate an Easter egg! Whether done in a rainbow of stripes or as monochromatic prints, this mini quilt captures the childlike joy found in simple, time-honored traditions.
Kites have a rich history, from ancient Chinese origins to Benjamin Franklin’s sizzling experiments! But the latest kite to burst on the world’s stage is yours, thanks to this delightful project. With our clear, step-by-step instructions, piecing a kite in an embroidery hoop is simply a breeze!
Tulips are spring’s most-welcome sight, as beloved blooms push through the soil to defy winter’s grip. Every color of tulip evokes a different emotion, and it’s easy to piece pretty tulips of all colors right in your hoop! With this new mini quilt, everything is coming up roses (er, tulips).
Ready to stitch a super-cool spool? A thread spool is the ultimate sewing symbol—a trendy tribute to your craft. This mini quilt project uses an in-the-hoop crosshatch quilting technique and features optional ribbon loops for décor that’s always in season!