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I loved making this!

Created in this Craftsy Course

Playing with Curves taught by Ann Petersen

Round out your quilting repertoire! Let Ann Petersen take the fear out of sewing curved seams and open up a new world of piecing.

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Category Quilting
Type Wall Hanging
Style Modern
folksy-fairy on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Red Rooster Studio's, Misty Collection and a few of my own creams.

folksy-fairy on craftsy.com

I was only going to make a few of these blocks just to learn the technique. Then I got completely obsessive! This has become my favourite quilt, I would never have made this block as i didn't really like it very much but it just shows you, making something out of your normal style can have very rewarding results. Thank you very much for this class.

06/25/2014 Flag

Wow! That is just lovely and soft and so pretty! Excellent job!

06/25/2014 Flag

The gentle curves and light color palette allow the circular quilting to stand out.. It is a very pleasing departure from vibrant batiks I am used to seeing. How did you quilt it? Did you use a walking foot? Or was this quilted on a longarm?

06/25/2014 Flag

Hi there, I quilted with ideas from the class, creative quilting with your walking foot. I don't have a walking foot as I use Pfaff sewing machine. Just adjust needle position to be 1/2 inch from left or right side of foot and keep foot along edge of previous quilted circle. Pic doesn't do it justice as some of the unquilted circles or part circles kind of appear and disappear amongst the other quilted rings. If that makes sense. Thanks for positive comments.

06/26/2014 Flag

Soft and beautiful.

12/05/2014 Flag