Sewing and embroidery with HUSQVARNA VIKING® allows you to stand out from the rest. To celebrate 25 years of empowering through embroidery, we have created this bag using one of the original designs

from the embroidery design card that came with the HUSQVARNA VIKING® IRIS™ sewing and embroidery machine.

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Stand-Out Zebra Embroidered Bag

Indsendt af HUSQVARNA VIKING®

Sewing and embroidery with HUSQVARNA VIKING® allows you to stand out from the rest. To celebrate 25 years of empowering through embroidery, we have created this bag using one of the original designs

from the embroidery design card that came with the HUSQVARNA VIKING® IRISsewing and embroidery machine.
 

Sewing Supplies

• 1.5 yards (1.4 meters) linen

• 1.5 yards (1.4 meters) cotton

• 2 yard (1.8 meters) medium to heavy weight interfacing

• All purpose sewing thread that matches the linen

• 2 colors of rayon embroidery thread

• Bobbin fil

• USB stick

• Fabric marking tool

• INSPIRAFusible “No Show” Mesh Cut-A-Way Stabilizer

• Recommended: DESIGNER TOPAZ50 sewing and embroidery machine or

above to use Basic Design Positioning and the 360x200 DESIGNERRoyal

Hoop (though you can use Basic Design Positioning on the

DESIGER TOPAZ40 sewing and embroidery machine as well).

Cutting Instructions

From Linen

 

 

• Bag Flap 16” x 16.5” (40.6cm x 41.9cm)

• Bag Back 13” x 16.5” (33cm x 41.9cm)

• Back Pocket 11” x 16.5” (27.9cm x 41.9cm)

• Bag Front 13” x 16.5” (33cm x 41.9cm)

• Bag Bottom 3” x 16.5” (7.6cm x 41.9cm)

• Bag Side (cut 2) 3” x 13” (7.6cm x 33cm)

• Linen Strap 3” x 52” (7.6cm x 132.1cm)

From Cotton

• Lining Back 16.5” x 27” (41.9cm x 68.6cm)

• Lining Front 13” x 16.5” (33cm x 41.9cm)

• Lining Bottom 3” x 16.5” (7.6cm x 41.9cm)

• Lining Side (cut 2) 3” x 13” (7.6cm x 33cm)

• Cotton Strap 3” x 52” (7.6cm x 132.1cm)


Starting the Embroidery

1. Fuse two pieces of stabilizer to the front flap to cover the whole back.

Note: The stabilizer may overlap.

2. Hoop one half of the fabric in the 360x200 DESIGNERRoyal Hoop.

3. Download the design free where you found these instructions on

husqvarnaviking.com.

4. Load the design to a USB stick and insert the USB stick into your machine.

5. Load the design on screen.

6. Duplicate the design 7 times and place them in a grid formation.

7. Rotate and/or mirror image your duplicated designs to create a somewhat

random grid design.

Note: Make sure the original zebra is placed where you would like the colored zebra to be.

8. Thread your machine with the pop of color.

9. Press START/STOP to start your embroidery.

10. When the machine alerts you to change threads after stitching the first

zebra, switch to the basic color and embroider the rest of your design.

Tip: Press the STOP or the Monochrome icon on your machine to make the design

monochromatic so your machine doesn’t stop to alert you to change thread after each zebra.

11. When the design is complete, remove your embroidery hoop from the unit.

12. Un-hoop your fabric and press out the hoop indent.

13. Measure the distance between the 2 vertical rows of zebras.

14. Use this measurement to mark from the outside edge of the top and bottom

zebra towards where your next embroidery will be.

15. Draw a vertical line connecting these marks.

16. Hoop the other half of your fabric making sure the marks made are in the

stitchable area.

17. Attach the hoop to the embroidery unit.

Design Positioning the Second Embroidery

1. Select the Basic Design Positioning icon.

2. Select step one.

3. Move the red crosshair to be on the edge closest to your first embroidery of

the top zebra.

4. Select step two.

5. Line up your needle with the line you have drawn on your fabric.

Tip: Use the arrows by the bottom right of your screen to adjust the position small amounts or move

the icon using the tough screen for larger adjustments.

6. Select step one again.

7. Move the red crosshair to be on the edge closest to your first embroidery of

the bottom zebra.

8. Select step two.

9. Line up your needle with the line you have drawn on your fabric.

10. Press OK when you are confident with the placement of your design.

11. Press the START/STOP button to start your embroidery.

Note: Your embroidery should still be stitching in monochromatic mode.
 

Constructing the Bag

Note: Use a ó” (1.3cm) seam allowance unless otherwise noted.

1. When your embroidery is finished, remove the fabric from the hoop and

press.

2. Fuse the interfacing to all the other cut linen pieces and trim to size.

3. Turn and press the top hem of the Back Pocket.

4. With the pop of color thread in the needle and all-purpose thread in the

bobbin, topstitch the hem.

Tip: If you want a subtle topstitch, use stitch A.1 or for a more pronounced topstitch, use stitch

A.3.

5. With all-purpose thread in the needle and the bobbin, baste the Back

Pocket to the Bag Back using stitch A.4.

Note: You should baste around both sides and the bottom of the pocket, there’s no need to baste the

top that has been hemmed.

6. Select stitch A.1 for the remaining stitching.

7. With right sides together, sew the top of the Bag Flap to the top of the Bag

Back.

8. Press the seam toward the bag flap.

Tip: Create more interest to the back of the bag by topstitching this seam as well.

9. With right sides together, sew the bottom of the Bag Back to one long side

of the Bag Bottom.Note: If you chose a heavier interfacing for your bag, select the Heavy Woven icon from the

Exclusive SEWING ADVISOR® when sewing the linen bag: otherwise select Medium Woven

 

for the entire project.

10. Press the seam toward the Bag Bottom.

11. With right sides together, sew the other long side of the Bag Bottom to the

bottom of the Bag Front.

12. Press the seam toward the Bag Bottom.

13. With right sides together, sew one long edge of the Bag Side to the side of

the Bag Front.

14. Press the seam toward the Bag Front.

15. With right sides together, sew the other long side of the Bag Side to the

Bag Back.

16. Press seams toward the Bag Back.

17. Sew the bottom of the Bag Side to the Bag Bottom.

18. Press the seam toward the Bag Bottom.

19. Repeat steps 13-18 on the other side.

20. Clip the corners of the bag and flip the bag right side out.

21. Repeat steps 9-20 using the lining fabric.

22. With right sides together, place the outer linen bag in the cotton lining bag.

23. Sew along the edges of the bag opening, up both sides of the flap and

across most of the top flap.

Note: Leave a large enough opening to flip the entire bag out, 5-7” (13-18cm) should work.

24. Flip the outer linen bag to the outside and press.

25. Hand stitch the opening in the flap closed and press.

26. With right sides together, sew along both long sides of the Linen Strap and

the Cotton Strap.

27. Flip the Strap right sides out and press.

28. Fold up the end of the Strap on both sides to create a finished edge and

press.

Tip: Consider a pointed edge rather than a blunt edge for a more interesting finish.

29. Sew one end of the strap to the top starting approximately 1-2” (2.5-5cm)

down on each side.

Note: Secure the strap using multiple seams. If you choose a pointed edge sew a triangle shape, if you

choose a blunt edge sew a square shape.

Tip: Test the length of the strap to make sure it is at the length you want, or consider making the

strap adjustable.

Click to download design file.

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