How do I print Edge-to-Edge templates?
The answer depends on which Edge-to-Edge technique you mean.
Our “core” Edge-to-Edge technique — if you mean the technique described in our book, Edge-to-Edge Quilting on Your Embroidery Machine, the short answer is: you normally don’t.
The instructions in the E2E book indicate that you should stitch templates on stabilized fabric. There are several reasons for this, but these are the most important:
- This approach helps you hoop more accurately.
- Our designs come in 5 sizes, and only the Small size will fit on a standard piece of paper.
Please see page 5 of the printed book for details on how to make a template.
Our Edge-to-Edge PRO technique — when you’re making templates for the border and cornerstone quilting designs available with our E2E PRO book, printing templates through the included Embroidery Tool Shed software is a great idea. Our PRO book includes a link to a video tutorial on Embroidery Tool Shed basics, which includes information about printing templates. Click this link to watch the video.
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