How QuiltBroidery adds stipple quilting around an embroidery design by Lynn Swanson October 20, 2020 written by Lynn Swanson October 20, 2020 577 With the Brother Luminaire Innov-ìs XP1, you could automatically add stipple stitching or echo quilting around an embroidery design. But with the Brother Luminaire 2 Innov-ìs XP2 you can do so much more. I showed you how to use the Brother Magnetic Sash Frame to add some simple stippling on your quilt. Today, I’ll show you how to add some fun embroidery and decorative fill stitches! The Brother Luminaire 2 Innov-ìs XP2 The Brother Luminaire 2 Innov-ìs XP2 or the Software Upgrade Pack for the Brother Luminaire Innov-ìs XP1 allows you to select from 34 decorative quilting fill stitches, and use QuiltBroidery to automatically add quilting around an embroidery design with one simple step. Let’s have a look. I’m making a quilt for a new addition to our extended family, so I started by embroidering some quilt blocks. Because we all need more hugs right now, I selected this cute Pooh Bear hugging Piglet design from one of the 192 Disney embroidery designs built into the Brother Luminaire 2 Innov-ìs XP2. The Disney embroidery designs are just a few of the 1300 total built-in embroidery designs on the XP2. Winnie the Pooh hugging Piglet Embroidery Design 1. From the main screen select Embroidery, D Disney/Pixar designs, Category 03, Design 007, and touch Set. 2. From the Edit screen, select the Fill Selection icon (it looks like stipple) and then access the Decorative Fill stitches. With 35 decorative fills to choose from it was a hard decision, but I selected this curved design in a 5″ x 7″ frame to surround the embroidery design. Selecting the decorative fill design 3. I adjusted the distance away from the embroidery design that the background fill would start stitching, and the size of the decorative fill stitch – all from the same screen. Winnie the Pooh with decorative fill ready to stitch out 4. Touch Embroidery and watch the quilt block stitch out. Embroidering the Winnie the Pooh quilt block Embroidered and trimmed Winnie the Pooh quilt block I’m so pleased with how this block turned out! My plan is to embroider several more Winnie the Pooh blocks using the built-in designs on the Brother Luminaire 2 Innov-ìs XP2, and turn them into a quilt. Join me tomorrow when I show you another way to QuiltBroider quilt blocks using the My Design Center, the Brother Brother Luminaire 2 Innov-ìs XP2 and QuiltBroidery! This is part 2 of 5 in this series Go back to part 1: Discovering the QuiltBroidery feature on the Luminaire 2 Innov-ìs XP2 Go to part 3: It’s so easy: decorative quilting on the Luminaire XP2 Print this page or save as a PDF 0qs334brotherMagnetic Sash FrameQuiltBroiderysewing machine reviewsThe Luminaire XP2tutorials FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditWhatsappTelegramEmail Lynn Swanson Lynn is a quilter, embroiderer, sewer and an overall ‘maker of things’…. she has been having fun with fabric and fibres for most of her life. Ten years ago after a career as a Corporate Trainer and Instructional Designer Lynn joined Brother Canada and has been training Brother Dealers and customers on Brother Sewing and Embroidery machines, digital cutters and software since that time. “I get really excited helping people discover what they can create with our machines, and how much fun they will have at the same time”. says Lynn. You can be sure her classes are FUN, informative and entertaining. Lynn is a regular contributor to ‘A Needle Pulling Thread Magazine’, ‘Brother blog’ and is member of the Fraser Valley Modern Quilt Guild. She is also a quilter, knitter, an avid golfer, curler and yogi. previous post Discovering the QuiltBroidery feature on the Luminaire 2 Innov-ìs XP2 next post Spectrum QAL 2020 Block 3 YOU MAY ALSO LIKE... Completing the Growth Chart on the Brother Luminaire... How to add letters to an applique with... Quilting in the hoop with the Brother Luminaire... Sewing a growth chart panel on Brother Luminaire... Creating a Disney gang growth chart with the... Setting up for embroidery on the Brother Luminaire... How to add color fill to an embroidery... Changing the outline of a design on the... How to create an applique on the Brother... Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.