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Welcome back to the BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt-Along! I’；m BERNINA Expert and Amanda Murphy and in this post I’；ll be covering the optional corner embroideries. There is a lot of information to get through so let’；s get started!
The BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt.accent pillow case baby canvas housewarming gift
A detail of a corner border embroidery in the BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt.
Two border corners embroidered in the BERNINA Maxi Hoop.
Don’；t worry! We have information below on how to multi-hoop this design using the BERNINA Oval Hoop!
Two border corners embroidered in the BERNINA Maxi Hoop—in red!
You can download a PDF of the instructions that you will need to complete these optional embroideries here.
If you have a BERNINA Maxi or Jumbo Hoop you can download the embroidery file here.？
Before you jump in， I’；d recommend you watch the following video so that you are familiar with the process. You’；ll note that in this video I embroidered two corners at a time using file 80190-20_Composite， but you can also use the file 80190-19 to embroider just one corner at a time. It is really up to you. BERNINA is supplying both!
How to embroidery two of the optional corner border embroideries for the BERNINA 125th Anniversary quilt at one time in the BERNINA Maxi or Jumbo Hoop.
The basic steps for completing this embroidery using a Maxi or Jumbo Hoop are：
If you just have a BERNINA Oval Hoop you can download the embroidery file here.
To complete each cornerpersonalized new baby gifts， you will need to hoop the fabric three times. An extra PDF is included with these files to help with placement. I printed it out on an OESD Stabil Stick Template Sheet which was super easy to press onto the fabric， but you can also print it on regular paper and attach the paper to the fabric using temporary spray adhesive.
OESD Stabil Stick Template Sheets and the printed PDF
Regardless of what product you use make sure to print the PDF Template at 100%! To help you out with multi-hooping this design， I prepared a video.
How to embroider the optional corner border embroideries for the BERNINA 125th Anniversary quilt in the BERNINA Oval Hoop
The basic steps for completing this embroidery using an Oval Hoop are：
If you choose to opt out of the embroidery shown you have a few options：
That is it! I’；ll be back on January 2nd to walk you through assembling the 125th Anniversary Quilt.
Don’；t forget to post photos in the We All Sew Community Forum of your progress to be eligible for the fantastic prizes BERNINA of America is offering!？ Contest rulers can her found here.
If you have questions please comment below and I’；ll try to help.？ You can also join me in my Facebook Group， Quilting with Amanda Murphy.
Share how you are progressing on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags hashtags #bernina125quiltalong.
Happy quilting， happy holidays， and HAPPY ANNIVERSARY， BERNINA!
BERNINA Expert/Quilting and Longarm Spokesperson
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