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Baby Quilt freehand quilting

Created in this Craftsy Course

Beyond Basic Machine Quilting taught by Ann Petersen

Take your machine quilting skills in new directions as Ann Petersen teaches you 17 quilting designs that will add richness to your free-motion work.

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Classic, Traditional
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What materials did you use? 100% Cotton and a 100% blue tones thread.

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Yes this was my first freehand quilting project and was scared to try it out at first on a quilt but then I decided I could always rip it out, so I went ahead and did it, and it didn't look bad at all. Tell me what you thing?

10/28/2012 Flag

I think its is so cute. Whether or not you give it away, it will work well. Very fun idea - and yes it will get easier!

10/28/2012 Flag

i think it looks too hard for mr to even try.i think i need a bit of self confidence, what do you think?

10/29/2012 Flag

I think it looks great! Are you sure you want to give it to a baby??? It's too pretty.

10/28/2012 Flag

Yes that is what I told my Husband, that I hated to give this one away. So right know I still have it.

10/28/2012 Flag

This is fab... my advice, keep it and make something else for the little baby. This is your first FMQ quilt so you would regret it later on if you do not have it to go back and compare with other projects.

10/29/2012 Flag

This looks great, well done you... but I have to agree with others... please keep this for yourself, it's extra special!

10/29/2012 Flag

I have decided to keep this one and make something else for the baby.Your reply's have me to thinking about it. Thanks for all your replies.

10/29/2012 Flag