Do this soon! You have to start somewhere if you want to learn to machine quilt. Studio Snapshots | Building a Sampler Book for Free Motion Quilting Motifs

Do this soon! You have to start somewhere if you want to learn to machine quilt. Studio Snapshots | Building a Sampler Book for Free Motion Quilting Motifs

This is a much simpler and effective QAYG method with no ugly sashing or hand stitching. Great tutorial with lots of process pictures to make it clear. A Must to read.

This is a much simpler and effective QAYG method with no ugly sashing or hand stitching. Great tutorial with lots of process pictures to make it clear. A Must to read.

A Few Scraps: Leafy Lines quilting design- Would be perfect on a baby quilt I just finished!

A Few Scraps: Leafy Lines quilting design- Would be perfect on a baby quilt I just finished!


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A single row is 5” wide – printed with two rows – 144” long     © 2013  Patricia E Ritter * This design is available in both paper and digital.  Please select your preference below. NOTE:   All digital designs include the following conversions:  CQP, DXF, HQF, IQP, MQR, PAT, QLI, SSD, TXT, WMF and 4QB or PLT. Most designs also include a DWF, GIF and PDF. This pattern was converted by Digitech.

A single row is 5” wide – printed with two rows – 144” long © 2013 Patricia E Ritter * This design is available in both paper and digital. Please select your preference below. NOTE: All digital designs include the following conversions: CQP, DXF, HQF, IQP, MQR, PAT, QLI, SSD, TXT, WMF and 4QB or PLT. Most designs also include a DWF, GIF and PDF. This pattern was converted by Digitech.

Learn to create beautiful FMQ Spirals with this tutorial, by Sarah Vedeler.    !Insights From SewCalGal: 2012 Free-Motion Quilting Challenge - November Tutorial, by Sarah Vedeler

Learn to create beautiful FMQ Spirals with this tutorial, by Sarah Vedeler. !Insights From SewCalGal: 2012 Free-Motion Quilting Challenge - November Tutorial, by Sarah Vedeler

I quilted the 12″ blocks using free motion around a freezer paper template. I removed basting pins and ironed on the template block by block. The pattern I created was just perfect for this technique. I easily went wider than the freezer paper and the final result still looked great even though it wasn’t precisely the same on each block.

I quilted the 12″ blocks using free motion around a freezer paper template. I removed basting pins and ironed on the template block by block. The pattern I created was just perfect for this technique. I easily went wider than the freezer paper and the final result still looked great even though it wasn’t precisely the same on each block.

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