Quilting with walking foot

Quilting with walking foot
posted by Denise Smart
Mon, Jan 21 2013

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Is there any interest on a tutorial on how to quilt your bargello by following the lines of the pattern with your walking foot. I would concentrate on where do you start, and which direction to travel to minimize distortion of the quilt, and minimize stuffing the quilt body through the throat of your machine. It is an easy (but not quick) no marking method that adds texture and shadow while enhancing the sense of movement. I did a Google search and couldn't find anything. Here is an example of what can be achieved with a walking foot.

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didash wrote re: Quilting with walking foot
on Tue, Apr 30 2013 1:02 AM

I would certainly appreciate the tutorial...I have to do all my quilting on my machine as I can't afford a longarm service and my hand quilting stinks! LOL!  Have been practicing free motion on home machine, but really have a long way to go!  The next quilt that I will be starting in a couple of weeks is a bargello...and I have no idea where to start with the quilting after it is sandwiched :(

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