Mandala Applique

Mandala Free-Standing Applique
  • Includes 8 mandala applique elements & 6 accent design elements  (laid out in the 4×4 & 5×7 hoops)
  • Eight (8) Full-Size Templates to print
  • Comprehensive Tutorial

Applique Collections

Applique is a novel concept that has been sewn in machine embroidery for a long time. I prefer it for large areas instead of flat solid fills. Plus the wide range of fabrics that can be used, esp the almost solid fabrics with their various shades and minor prints, adds a special touch to the design you can’t get with machine embroidery thread alone.

Some applique designs are quite ornate as the Applique Elegance Collection.

With some minor variations it follows something like this:
1. Sew the outline of the applique shape onto the background fabric
2. Lay the applique fabric over that area
3. Sew the tack down stitches that apply the fabric to the background fabric
4. Take the hoop off the machine – Don’t take the fabric out of the hoop
5. Trim the excess applique fabric from around the outside of the stitching
6. Return the hoop to the machine
7. Sew the details on top of the applique fabric
8. Sew the finishing stitches around the raw edges of the applique fabric – usually satin stitching.

Applique is the perfect choice for towels and other fabrics with a pile (ie. velour, velveteen, corduroy). The applique fabric prevents the pile from coming up through the machine embroidery stitching and creates a flat smooth surface for the design to be sewn.

Love My Bloomers
Love My Bloomers

Some applique designs are quite elegant as the floral design in the Spring Quilt Banner.

Spring Banner Quilt Project
Spring Banner Quilt Project

If you have not sewn applique before, don’t be afraid to try it in your embroidery hoop. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.


Applique Elegance

Baby Animals Applique

Big Crazy Cats Applique


Double Wedding Ring Applique

Fantasy Applique

Love My Bloomers

Mandala Applique

Pami – Flaunt Your Sass!

Pots O' Flowers Applique

Prisms Amour Applique

Rose of Sharon Applique

Simple Flowers Applique

Spring Banner

Tulips Applique

Tulips Filigree


Christmas embroidery designs have always been popular. Whether making a table cover, decorating a garment, or making angels and ornaments I’ve got you covered.

My first Wing Needle collection is Christmas theme – the instructions include making the table cover with the decorative border intermixed with the designs and wave pattern in between.

Wing Needle Christmas Collection
Wing Needle Christmas Collection

Hardanger Christmas designs are especially popular. Most are free standing designs (not free standing lace) and fit into greeting cards.

Hardanger Wreath Ornaments
Hardanger Wreath Ornaments

Angels – what would Christmas be without angels.

Hardanger and Smocked Angels both available.

Bella My Hardanger Angel
Bella My Hardanger Angel
Smocked Angels Project
Smocked Angels Project

And many others to choose from –

Christmas Themed Outdoor Quilts
Christmas Themed Outdoor Quilts

Door/wall Banners

Poinsettias and Pomegranates  Door/Wall Banner Project
Poinsettias and Pomegranates Door/Wall Banner Project

3 Dimensional Poinsettia

Mandala – Free-Standing Applique Project
Mandala – Free-Standing Applique Project

And more. . .