That’s Sew Chenille: Fruit Stand Hot Pads SEWING VERSION

(4 customer reviews)

Now available for sewing! Appliques of pretty produce are embroidered on a pieced and quilted background, then layers of fabric are tacked in place ready to chenille. Just trim in the channels and tuft with an emery board to finish. The frayed fabric, makes the fruit appear three dimensional. We love how the peach fuzz is sewn in two sections and the surprise stitch pattern mimics the diamond texture of the pineapple rind. Six fruits can be made in four appealing sizes for functional use or fresh kitchen décor.


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4 reviews for That’s Sew Chenille: Fruit Stand Hot Pads SEWING VERSION

  1. :

    I have a question. My first time to try something like this. Started with the pineapple. Instructions indicate cutting four pieces for the pineapple itself. Can’t figure out why. Do you layer all four pieces? Please advise.

    • :

      Great question. You’ll see on page 7 of the directions the instructions to applique the first piece. On page 8 are directions for the chenille which layers the last three pieces. We hope this helps. Happy stitching!

  2. :

    I just purchased the fruit stand pattern ith. When I downloaded everything for pes it shows it’s actually a pdf for all sizes and all fruits
    What’s up?
    I wish there were some beginning directions on simply getting it to your embroidery machine,

    • :

      Hi Jill, we are sorry to hear you are having issues with these files. Can you please tell us what kind of embroidery machine you have? Also, can you please provide us with your phone number so we can give you a call and help you out? Thanks!

  3. :

    I’ve made both the medium & large size apple “potholder” in the hoop. They are cute but both finished considerably smaller than the directions indicated. …more like coaster size. I am using a Bernina 560.

  4. :

    Do you have the patterns in a printed version, as I do not have a computer. Can these be sewn on a regular sewing machine. I’m old school and do not have an embroidery machine either, but thought I could hand stitch the embroidered parts of the pattern.

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