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Sharing Free Motion Student Work
This past Saturday, I taught a free motion quilting class at Hummingbird Sewing in Barrie and yesterday one of my students sent this picture of her "practise" of the free motion quilting. I believe "Natural Talent" is the phrase that comes to mind.
Nicole used a continuous machine quilting template for the centre and June Tailor Grid Marker to quilt the background. Doesn't the pattern in the background make the heart stand out? It's fantastic!
I have talked about this grid marker before in this blog and it is wonderful. You can make 60 degree diamonds and 40 degree square patterns and the seed stitch along with lines in all directions without moving the template and no measuring.
Congratulations Nicole on practising as recommended in the class and mastering what you have learned. Also, thanks so much for sharing your work!
Have a great Thursday everyone.🍁
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Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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