Stitch Up A Personalized Pencil Case With Embroidered Monogram

Time required: 2 hours

Join Denise Wild as she walks us through the simple steps to make a stylish, monogrammed pencil case. Using the Brother NQ900 Stylist Sewing & Quilting Machine, she demonstrates how to choose font styles, program letters and mark the monogram’s placement. Denise then shows us how to stitch up the case and add the Velcro-closure to complete this quick and easy personalized project that’s perfect for your own use or to give as gifts. Watch the video. >>>

Denise Wild
About Denise Wild
Sewing, crafting and DIY expert, Denise Wild combines her enthusiasm and expertise to create easy-to-follow tutorials for simple, stylish projects that showcase valuable tips and tricks. Founder of LoveSewing magazine, Denise is also a brand spokesperson, TV host, author and magazine editor. Get inspired to create your very own projects with personalized style. Learn more about Denise at denisewild.com or follow her on Facebook at @medenisewild.

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