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Free Motion Quilting a Sampler taught by Leah Day

Your unfinished quilt tops are calling you. Become the confident quilter you long to be with Leah Day and Free Motion Quilting a Sampler!

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual
Polarjo on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? Fitting the feathers fairly evenly. Love the way this block turned out.

Polarjo on craftsy.com

I love your block and quilting! Very pretty :)

12/11/2012 Flag

Thank you.

12/14/2012 Flag

Beautiful colors and wonderful quilting! Would love to see the whole thing!

12/14/2012 Flag

Thanks. I posted it to the BOM projects page, but guess I should do it here too.

12/14/2012 Flag

The mustard is an interesting choice - gives warmth to the quilt and shows off your quilting beautfully. Wonderful job

12/21/2012 Flag

Good job...

12/30/2012 Flag

Wow! I'm really impressed. I haven't even worked up the the courage to try. . .I'm so intimidated

01/16/2013 Flag

I was incredibly intimidated by the idea of doing free motion quilting when I first started, but I was pleasantly surprised at how quickly my abilities improved. I gained confidence daily with just a little bit of practice each day. Make some quilt sandwiches from muslin or other inexpensive fabric and just start stitching. As Leah shows in her lessons, start with just the U shapes in several rows and by the time you are on your second row, you will probably already notice improvement. Go for it. It is really fun!

01/16/2013 Flag