Sensation Table Topper (Machine Embroidery)



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This Sensation Table Topper was made by Chris at Needlepointers.com. The table topper is made with an embroidery machine and a pattern purchased from Sweet Pea Machine Embroidery designs. Find a link to the pattern below.



Sensation Table Topper

Watch the video to learn more about this table topper.





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Sensation Table Topper

Chris made her table topper smaller by embroidering less blocks the original pattern design and rearranged the blocks into a different configuration. If you click the link below to go the Sweet Pea site, you can view the original pattern configuration.



Sensation Table Topper

This design is created with an embroidery machine and comes with blocks that are stitched in either the 4x4, 5x5, 6x6 or 7x7 hoop. Chris made the 4x4 hoop size. Each of the blocks is machine embroidered and then sewn together into your desired configuration.









Sensation Table Topper

The embroidery pattern from Sweet Pea comes with a very detailed PDF file which explains every step of creating this beautiful table topper. Their instructions are full of photos to help you along.



Look below to find a link to the pattern for this project and for links to other supplies you may need for this project.



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Sensation Table Center Piece

This is the design used to make the table topper. Sweet Pea Machine Embroidery Designs

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Machine Embroidery Thread

A huge selection of machine embroidery thread is sold at Amazon.com. Affiliate Link to Amazon.com

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Pellon Fleece No. 988 (By-the-yard)

Low-loft sew-in fleece for padding & quilting. The dimensions of this fabric are 45'' in width, by the number of yards you order in length. Affiliate Link to Amazon.com

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Rotary Cutters

Purchase rotary cutters at Amazon.com. Check out their selection. Affiliate Link to Amazon.com

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Sulky Tear, Easy Stabilizer, 8" by 11 yd

This is the type of stabilizer I love to use for these projects. Affiliate Link to Amazon.com

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