November is almost here and it’s time for another Perfectly Pieced box to arrive from M.E. Time Delivered! Did you see my live Facebook video where I embroidered one of the new adorable machine embroidered quilt blocks? Perfectly Pieced is a new subscription box for machine embroiderers from M.E. Time Delivered (if you decide to join, don’t miss the coupon code below).
I had so much fun on Wednesday embroidering one of the teeny tiny 2” quilt blocks. No surprise to anyone, it turned out absolutely perfect because that’s what happens with Perfectly Pieced Quilt Blocks! Watch the video on Facebook here.
We went through all the steps from placing the batting…
To finishing up the block with beautiful machine embroidered quilting.
I was so excited to show you the project that I made using 4” quilt blocks and scraps from a recent quilt that you can see in the background. I love my black, turquoise, and pink wreath mini quilt just as much as my green and white wreath mug rug.
The green fabrics and thread are included in the doorstep delivery box if you choose that in addition to the downloadable digital files.
What’s in the Perfectly Pieced Box?
During the month of November 2022, this same kit will be available at M.E. Time Delivered. The November Perfectly Pieced Doorstep Box includes:
- A beautiful bundle of green and white fabrics that are lovingly curated and contain enough fabric to make one (or more) of the Perfectly Pieced Projects,
- A spool of Glide thread,
- Printed stitch-out instructions for embroidering,
- A tip card,
- And a darling metal hanger to help you display your mini quilt, trivet, or other projects.
M.E. Time Delivered Coupon code!
For a limited time, my readers can use coupon code QBTCV89K for free shipping on any doorstep delivery kit from M.E. Time Delivery.
All of the digital design files, stitch out instructions, and project patterns will be added to your M.E. Time Delivered account each month. If you prefer, you can sign up for a digital only subscription that doesn’t include the ‘doorstep box’.
Other Machine Embroidery Products I Like
I used a couple things in the video that aren’t included in the box. Here are the links in case you want to learn more about them:
- Double curved scissors from Gingher (great for trimming fabrics and applique in the hoop)
- I always use cut away polymesh stabilizer for quilt blocks in the hoop. I’ve tried lots of different brands and found very little difference between them. I suggest buying small rolls until you find your favorite.
- How to find mesh stabilizer at the thrift store
I also mentioned an entry level Brother embroidery machine for anyone who may be thinking of getting started with machine embroidery. In the video I couldn’t remember the exact name and I called it a ‘Brother 625’. Afterwards, I looked up the machine I was referring to so I could give you more information. This is it: the Brother PE600. I purchased this machine back in 2018 as a gift for my one of my sisters and then I helped her learn to use it. Even though it only has a 4” x 4” hoop and it lacks some high end features, there is a lot you can do with it! It is perfect for someone who is just getting started or someone who wants to try machine embroidery without spending thousands of dollars.
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