Welcome back to the BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt-Along! I’；m BERNINA Expert and Amanda Murphy and in this post we’；ll be working on the quilt’；s optional side border embroideries. This was originally scheduled for December but some of you have been such enthusiastic piecers and embroiderers we decided to post this step early!
We’；ll work on the corner border embroideries next month as scheduled. No worries if you aren’；t ready yet—these posts will remain up on We All Sew so you will have them when you need them!personalized gifts for 1 year old
The BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt.
For those of you that might join us now， you can find the previous tutorials of the BERNINA 125th Anniversay Quilt-along here：
BERNINA Anniversay Quilt-along： Part 1
BERNINA Anniversary Quilt-along： Part 1， Embroidery (optional)
BERNINA Anniversary Quilt-along： Part 2
BERNINA Anniversary Quilt-along： Part 3
A detail of a side border embroidery in the BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt.
The side border motif embroidered in the BERNINA Oval hoop.
You can download a PDF of the instructions that you will need to complete these optional embroideries here：？125th_Anniversary_Quilt-along_Month_3_Embroidery
You can download the embroidery file here：？125th_Anniversary_Quilt_along_Month_3_Embroidery
I also made a video below showing you the entire process to make things simpler. Note that if you use the file (as opposed to substituting another embroidery motif) you can skip over the step of marking the motif’；s center because placement lines are included in the file!
I used metallic thread to embroider the original quilt motifspersonalized gifts for girlfriend， but you can also use Isacord for a quicker finish. If you use metallic thread you can find my tips for working with this thread in this post.
If you choose to substitute the embroidery with something smaller than a 133mm motif？ make sure not to trim down the short edges of the triangle very much when finishing—just clean it up a bit!
That is it! I’；ll be back on December 5th to for a bit more piecing and December 19th to cover the last of the optional embroidery. In January we’；ll assemble our quilt top and in February we will cover the quilting.
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 #bernina125quiltalong.
Happy quilting and HAPPY ANNIVERSARY， BERNINA!
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