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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, Retro / Vintage
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What materials did you use? Cotton fabrics, velcro, cushion filler

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What are you most proud of? I think the cushion with the red border is my best cushion so far... I tried using a stencil and have become confident with the walking foot:) I am pleased with the 2nd cushion as I did a velcro closing on it as it has a patchword front and back. I also did some fmq using my darning foot on the back it is a bit wobbly but sure.. it is the back of the cushion after all;)

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Free Motion Quilting takes practise, practise, practise!!!! Play about with the 9 patch blocks as you can cut them on the diagonal and cut more than once... just have fun playing with the pieces and see what you come up with!

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You have sure been busy!! I hope to get back to quilting this week. I still have some doll clothes to go but I think I am ready to add some quilting in there too. You have a good sense of what fabrics to put together as well as the colors. I am getting excited as I think about this. I have been working on 2013 block of the month. Have a great week. Time to really get busy.

01/27/2013 Flag

Thanks Alice, I love matching up fabrics it one of the best parts:) I have not even started my 2013 BOM as yet as I still have not decided on fabrics, it does look a fun class and looking forward to starting. And yes Alice get back at the quilting, it is such fun seeing what everyone is doing:)

01/28/2013 Flag

Wow look at you go girl! Especially love the red border one... very classy with the diagonal cut! Fun fun fun!!!

01/27/2013 Flag

Thanks Pam I too love the red border cushion, it is my favourite so far. I had such fun playing about with the nine patch blocks. First time using a stencil and fmq with the darning foot so I am on a roll!!!!

01/28/2013 Flag

i m so envious!!! I love both cushions..the colors came ot very well..great job :) I am laying down my needles untill end of March but cant help sneaking in on my Craftsy page to see what others are up to LOL...btw i bought my first roller cutter and mat and waiting for my walking foot...cant wait to practice too haha

01/28/2013 Flag

Thanks Zaza for your lovely comment:) The Craftsy page is so tempting I too love to see what others are doing as it is great inspiration. I totally love my walking foot but the darning foot is much harder to master. Looking forward to seeing your quilting:)

01/28/2013 Flag

Wow! These are wonderful. You should post a pic of all of your pillows in your new space. I'd love to see the overall affect. Lovely work!!

01/29/2013 Flag

I will do when I have them all completed, my daughter Sue has a black sofa and wanted some so I have given some away to her so I am busy making more! I am learning so much though with these small projects which are so easy to work with.

01/29/2013 Flag

You had great fun with these throw cushions... thanks for sharing all your work and close ups of the quilting!!!!! fun!

02/13/2013 Flag

Thanks Wendy, I have learned so much from your class but I do need to practise so much:)

02/13/2013 Flag