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drawing practice

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Machine Quilting Negative Space taught by Angela Walters

Turn your quilt's negative space into positively fabulous designs! Angela shows how to complement pieced sections with motifs and texture.

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Whimsical
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What materials did you use? 100% cotton bleached muslin for top and backing, Fairfield Quilter's Cotton 80/20 for batting, Connecting Threads Essential Pro Longarm Thread 70wt. in silver.

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What are you most proud of? Taking the plunge...the class and the practice.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? This is an excellent class for anyone wanting to learn how to quilt or for quilters who want to update their skills with modern techniques. Angela will motivate you to begin your quilting journey.

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love the movent and the variety!

08/24/2012 Flag

Nice work! Great ideas and and interesting way of spreading out the techniques.

09/06/2012 Flag

What fun! So many teachers say drawing is the way to make the designs into 'muscle memory'! Really nice work!

10/28/2012 Flag

It is true. As a sculptor coming into the fabric world I know that our cells have memory. Practice has many forms. Thank you for posting your practice sheets!

09/28/2013 Flag

did everyone here have a long arm ,if not were there any challenged because i have a domestic machine

03/29/2013 Flag

I feel that stitching out designs often can be easier on a domestic machine; for immediate control of the sandwich with both hands and being physically closer to the machine needle.

10/06/2013 Flag

These designs can be stitched out on a domestic machine, as well.

10/06/2013 Flag