“Mexican Rose” is a patchwork block made using your embroidery machine. The design is embroidered on background fabric attached to the stabilizer and set to the same size as all other 52 blocks. This enables a perfect fit for all the blocks.
What can I do with the “Mexican Rose” block?
All the blocks in the 52 blocks series can be stitched together to create a sampler quilt. You can also use “Mexican Rose” for other projects like bags, motifs on clothing and home decor items. Some blocks create other blocks when you combine them – try it!
Instructions and sizes
“Mexican Rose” is only available for the 5×7″ hoop, the final block measures 5×5″. Not all the designs in this series will work well as a larger format, so for consistency and to maintain the dainty aspect of some of the blocks, I’m keeping it to 5×5″.
All the available stitch files are provided in a single download. Remember that Bernina machines will read the EXP file type, no fiddling with conversions!
Looking for other patchwork projects? Try the In a Pickle.