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Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine taught by Ann Petersen

Learn five machine-quilting methods while tackling a common challenge: how to quilt large projects on your home sewing machine!

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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Traditional, Retro Vintage, Classic
Airon Mothershed on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? April Showers fabric line by Camille and Bonnie (Moda)

Airon Mothershed on craftsy.com

So glad I took this class. This is a queen-sized quilt, and I quilted it in a Baptist Fan pattern with my small home sewing machine. Could never have done it without this great class.

06/24/2014 Flag

Great job, great quilt! I'm in both classes & love them! Which technique of Ann's did you use for this one? Just wondering as I have a big quilt coming up! The lap size I'm doing I split the top & am loving it!

06/25/2014 Flag

Thanks for the kind words! I used the "split the batting" method. I quilted it with an overall Baptist fan pattern which I decided to mark across the entire top before I started. I thought it would be harder to mark the continuous design if I had to do it in parts which is why I just split the batting & not the entire thing.

06/27/2014 Flag

Lovely quilt, lovely job on it! Congratulations!

06/26/2014 Flag