CCQ0249 - Orange Peel 2 Squares
CCQ0249 - Orange Peel 2 - Squares - 5x5 / 6.2x6.2 / 8x8
Each Square is made completely in the hoop in one hooping.
The Orange Peel 2 - Squares, are set up to use 5 contrast fabrics
You can however use less contrast fabrics and place your contrasts wherever you wish.
Please scroll down for more details about the squares included in this set, as well as project pictures.
$18.00, save $9.00
Applique Quilt in The Hoop Panels
This Set is available in (5x5)130mm or (6.2x6.2)160mm or (8x8)200mm
|Fully Quilted squares, you can match the thread to each segment, or use the same thread color throughout the square|
Partially Quilted squares, you can add an embroidery design of your choice to the center and you can match the thread to each segment, or use the same thread color throughout the square
|2 Bonus Stipple Squares - set up specifically so you can add an embroidery design to the center, without the inside satin stitching and the added design showing on the back of the square (Tip: use a darker fabric on the back of the square and you will not see any of the inside satin stitching - only the quilting will show on the back of the square.)|
in the 130mm set - 5 inch (130mm) Designs
in the 160mm set - 6.2 inch (160mm) Designs
in the 200mm set - 7.85 inch (200mm) Designs
Total of 12 design files in each size set
A PDF Document is included to assist you.
The designs are provided in DST/EXP/HUS/JEF/PES/VIP and VP3
-(if you need a different format please let me know).
This project below was made from combining the 130mm size squares from this set with the 5 inch borders from CCQ0250 - Scallop Borders
|Lynn in NJ made this incredible quilt.|
combining the 160mm size squares from this set with the 6 inch borders from CCQ0250 - Scallop Borders
Message from Lynn - "I was asked to make a “simple” quilt with Catholic school uniform clothing. I chose the Orange Peel pattern from Chantell's Creations because I wanted to have a feminine finished product. Fabric prep was timely as they all frayed, so I stabilized all pieces with fusible stabilizer prior to embroidering.
Consideration of fabric type and directional fabric choice should be taken. I decreased the speed to 600 for the satin stitch. Overall, there were no issues while stitching. I love the fact that one can see either circles or petals.
The scallop border made the quilt feminine, and I had not realized until it was almost finished, a gradient effect. Not planned, but I was very happy of that outcome. I have another quilt planned using the Orange Peel pattern again. Any pattern from Chantell's Creations sews out perfectly. I have used many and have never had any issues."