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Free Motion Quilting Designs and Patterns

Here's a collection of beautiful quilting designs and patterns originally posted to the Free Motion Quilting Project.

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Zippling is a a super fun zig zaggy free motion quilting design that combines a number of different movements. Learn how to stitch this one by reading the directions and watching the video at freemotionquiltin...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Quilt Along #16 - Zippling

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Flaming Cocoons - There's an excessive amount of travel stitching and echoing with this design so it's going to require some practice to master. Learn to sew this free motion filler design at freemotionquiltin...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 366 - Flaming Cocoons

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Infinity Tree takes it up another notch by allowing you to quilt free form trees right into your quilts, filling the space with their branches on one side and tree roots on the other. Learn to sew this remarkable design at www.freemotionqui...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 365 - Infinity Tree

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Flowing Leaves is complex, but if you take it slow, and concentrate first on stitching the initial leaf shape, then filling it with the simple vein design, it shouldn’t be too difficult. Learn to sew this free motion design at www.freemotionqui...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 364 - Flowing Leaves

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Feather Leaves is a great way to practice stitching one half of the feather shape. If you struggle with getting one side to flow and bend just right, this design will help you practice the shapes without having to reverse the opposite side. Learn to sew it at www.freemotionqui...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 363 - Feather Leaves

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Brittle Starfish - Since the beginning of the project, one constant source of inspiration has been my husband's reef tanks. This particular design is inspired by a brittle starfish. Learn to sew this filler at www.freemotionqui...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 362 - Brittle Starfish

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Daisy Flow is created by branching out with a long flowing line, then swirling into a large circle. Learn to sew this free motion filler by watching the video at www.freemotionqui...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 361 - Daisy Flow

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Blackhole Matrix - While this free motion design may look complex, it’s actually very easy if you start with a series of wiggly lines branching out from the center of your quilt square. Learn to sew it at www.freemotionqui...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 360 - Blackhole Matrix

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Flame Turns - You'll be amazed by the awesome texture that comes from just turning left and turning right, then connecting the rows together across your quilt. Learn this cool free motion quilting design at www.freemotionqui...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 359 - Flame Turns

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Lollipop Echo - Rows and rows of quilting echo out from the starting lollipop shape. The more rows of echoing you do, the more interesting the texture will become. Learn to sew this free motion filler at www.freemotionqui...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 358 - Lollipop Echo

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Deco Leaves would make the perfect sashing or border design to calm down a complex space in your quilt. Learn to sew this free motion design at www.freemotionqui...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 357 - Deco Leaves

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Feather Band is really interesting because it's basically built to go in the sashing or borders of your quilts. Learn to quilt it by watching the video at freemotionquiltin...

The Free Motion Quilting Project: Day 356 - Feather Band

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