For hoop sizes 5x7, 6x9, 9x9 (Janome) 8x12 and 10x16 hoops.
The five panels that make up this design can be joined in the hoop or on your sewing machine, the choice is entirely yours.
If you love nature, then this Orca Wall-hanging is definitely for you.
A very versatile design that you can adapt to suit yourself to create any number of gorgeous day or night-time effects with the use of the many beautiful fabrics that are available today. If you add iridescent Mylar (florists cellophane available on Amazon) under the iceberg and the sun or moon it will glisten when the light hits it, creating visually stunning effects. You could also use iridescent or metallic threads to stitch any of the features such as the quilting, bubbles and seaweed in the panels too.
On top of that, the three middle orca panels can be stitched and arranged in any order you choose. If you flip some of the panels vertically in your machines settings you have got even more layouts at your fingertips to play with, so you could grow your runner or wall-hanging even more if you wanted to.
If your machine uses a giant 10x16 hoop, this set will lend itself to making beautiful placemats as Flo did with her stitch out (see photos below). How about making a bag?
Whatever you choose to make with the panels in this design, they are quick and easy to stitch and there is a stitch along video to accompany you every step of the way.
HOW TO STITCH OUT THE ORCA PANELS
My Top 3 Videos to watch for this design would be:
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