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Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine taught by Ann Petersen

Learn five machine-quilting methods while tackling a common challenge: how to quilt large projects on your home sewing machine!

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Ladysue2008 on craftsy.com

Love this super snuggly quilt with the gorgeous color scheme!

12/17/2013 Flag

I love your color choices. What size are the blocks?

12/20/2013 Flag

Hi, they are 10 in blocks. I started with a charm pack the added the ivory sashing (1.5 in) then a jelly roll then the ivory sashing again. I decided to make it fit our bed and so cut the remaining strips of the jelly roll in 2.5 in squares to make a frame, then added a border and finally the edging in one of the jelly roll fabrics. I am just so lucky that our local quilting shop stocks such a wonderful range of fabrics

12/27/2013 Flag

This is the quilt I just started as a first quilt. Did you quilt as you go or make it one big top? I'm on the fence which way to go. I'm worried about basting a queen size for first project.

02/01/2014 Flag

I quilted in one go, but made it easier for myself by quilting one square at a time starting in the middle and working outward, leaving the sashing and border alone. It worked quite well for me with the aid of Ann Petersen class on Big Quilts on Small Machineswhich gave me the confidence to tackle this.

02/07/2014 Flag