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Attempt #1

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Machine Quilting: Free-Motion & More taught by Wendy Butler Berns

Overcome your free-motion fears and build confidence in your machine quilting. Wendy Butler Berns shows you easy techniques from start to finishing!

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Funky, Whimsical
Deb D on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? material, fleece, thread

Deb D on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I know these are far from perfect, but I was thrilled that they were good enough to demonstrate that even a complete beginner could do it. With a little practice I'll be embroidering pictures you won't be able to tell from a Picasso! (haha) I'm far from exceptionally talented at this, it's just that the class was really good - and I'm not even done watching all the lessons!

Deb D on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Take Wendy's (the instructor's) advice and GO THE RACETRACK when you start sewing. I found that making the machine go as fast as it could go and moving my hands at a slow-to-medium speed worked really well. TAKE THE CLASS!!!

Deb D on craftsy.com

Wow these are brilliant and I LOVE the little pony so so cute. I will have to try sew a pony;)

03/16/2013 Flag

WOW -- those are awesome! I've been hesitant to take the class but you give me inspiration!!! Thanks for sharing.

03/18/2013 Flag

I'm deeply impressed! These are wonderful! ... And I agree with RubberDuck, I also wasn't sure whether to take the class, but now I'll give it a try (you should get money for the advertising ;-))

04/05/2013 Flag

Now i must simply have a go too. Love your stars! Haven't tried yet but am very keen to.

04/16/2013 Flag

Yea for you.... Your going for it is the way to proceed.... lots of fun ahead!

05/21/2013 Flag