Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine
with Ann Petersen
Learn five machine-quilting methods while tackling a common challenge: how to quilt large projects on your home sewing machine!
- Class Overview
- Meet the Instructor
- Ratings & Reviews
What Materials are Included in This Class?
Includes complementary downloadable instructions, supply lists and exclusive patterns.
Supplies You Will Need to Complete This Class
- Your quilt top and backing, nicely pressed
- Thin batting, 100% cotton or another natural fiber, or 80/20 cotton/polyester – don't use high-loft or 100% polyester
- Sewing machine whose feed dogs can be dropped or covered
- Darning or free-motion foot
- Walking foot
- Extended base for your sewing machine
- Extra support for the quilt around your machine (portable tables, ironing boards, tall chairs or stools, a wall)
- Quilting gloves or small pieces of rubberized shelf liner to help you move the quilt around
- Basting method (spray or pins)
- Sharp machine needles, most commonly size 14 topstitch
- Threads of your choice
- Some assembly methods require fusible tape and a sharp pair of scissors
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