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APQS Tutorial: Curling Ribbon Meander

Take a large, open basic meander and turn it into an impressive ribbon meander. This is an easy and a nice edge-to-edge freehand design.

The basic meander is one of the first overall designs most quilters use. Think of the basic meander as a spine that can be added to and changed to get a whole new look. For example, instead of curved shapes where you wish to change direction, use a pointed shape instead. The APQS superior stitch regulator ensures you'll get a point right were yo...

APQS Video Tutorial: Sharp Meander Filler The basic meander is one of the first overall designs most quilters use.

Karen McTavish Teaches McTavishing - YouTube

Karen McTavish Teaches McTavishing - YouTube

APQS Video Tutorial: Circle Echo Meander The basic circle meander can be made more whimsical by doubling the circles.

The basic circle meander can be made more whimsical by doubling the circles.Depending upon the size, this motif can be either a filler behind an applique or .

The Crybaby Meander is a simple quilting pattern consisting of echoed teardrops in random directions. This quilting design can be used as an all-over quilting treatment, or as a background filler. Execution is simple enough for beginning longarm quilters.

APQS Video Tutorial: Crybaby Meander The Crybaby Meander is a simple quilting pattern consisting of echoed teardrops in random directions. This quilting design can be used as an all-over quilting treatment, or as background filler.

APQS Video Tutorial - Meander to stipple One of the first freehand designs a new longarm quilter will rely upon is the basic meander.

APQS Video Tutorial - Meander to stipple One of the first freehand designs a new longarm quilter will rely upon is the basic meander.

APQS Tutorial: Leaf Border or Sashing

APQS Tutorial: Leaf Border or SashingLeaves are a wonderful filler for small spaces. In this video, Angela Huffman, APQS Dealer/Educator shares a leaf design that changes positions and brings the eye across the quilt.

This variation on a Paisley design is a bit more forgiving and may be less intimidating. Watch APQS Dealer and Educator Angela Huffman demonstrate this "Oyster Filler" design that features "wiggles."

This variation on a Paisley design is a bit more forgiving and may be less intimidating. Watch APQS Dealer and Educator Angela Huffman demonstrate this "Oyster Filler" design that features "wiggles.

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