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on Mon, Aug 10 2009
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Posted by QCA Admin
Monday, 10 August 2009
Closely spaced quilting stitches following an irregular design that does not cross used to fill background space and create surface texture.

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By: Posted on Fri, Feb 26 2010 3:27 AM

    Can this please be explained a little better. Sorry, I'm not sure what your telling me. Thank You Donna

By: Posted on Fri, Feb 26 2010 3:28 AM

    Maybe add a picture or video. Donna Thank You

By: gini Posted on Thu, Aug 26 2010 11:41 AM

Beginning Free Motion Machine Quilting

If you are just beginning your adventure in free motion machine quilting and already know how to layer a quilt and use your walking foot, this is the class that will introduce you into the basic concepts of free motion work. Learn to sit right, use the right needles and threads for your style, and how to move the quilt and run the machine to get smooth even stitches and some interesting freehand designs you can use right away on your first project. A simple marked design will also be covered. Take the stress out of free motion and learn the fun that this skill will give you and all the quilts you will be able to finish once you lower your feed dogs! 6 hours. 20 students.

Perfecting the Stipple Stitch

This class will help you perfect the stipple stitch in machine quilting with hands-on help and suggestions, lots of ideas to help you tackle design areas and stitch them well, suggestions for hand and body positions for the best results, learning exercises, and much more. Bring a project ready to do background stippling and see your work improve dramatically! 3 hours, 20 students. Some free motion experience necessary.

the picture didn't show, i'll try again

By: gini Posted on Thu, Aug 26 2010 11:42 AM
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