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Green Free Motion Whole Cloth

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Design It, Quilt It: Free-Form Techniques taught by Cindy Needham

Pull out those unfinished objects! Cindy Needham will inspire you with stitching techniques to put gorgeous finishing touches on your work of art.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Traditional, Classic
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What materials did you use? cotton, batting, Superior Threads (Bottom Line, Fantastico, Silk Kimono)

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What are you most proud of? That it looks gorgeous, just as I was thinking it should be!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just do it!! Cindy won't steer you wrong!

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This is wonderful. You are great at the fmq ... oh if only... I guess it practise, practise, and some more practise for me!

02/03/2013 Flag

THanks - and it is practice, practice, practice! You can do this!!

02/08/2013 Flag

This is just amazing!!! Wow! Love the texture and movement you created and your thread choices are perfect. The more you look at it the more you see. Good Job! :)

02/04/2013 Flag

Thank you, Cindy! COming from you is amazing! I LOVE everything I'm learning from you!!!

02/08/2013 Flag

Jaw dropping gorgeous

02/05/2013 Flag

Thank you so much!

02/08/2013 Flag

Wow, stunning

02/07/2013 Flag

THank you!

02/08/2013 Flag

Wow all of your FMQ is beautiful. What machine do you use? A sewing machine, long arm or free arm?

02/22/2013 Flag

Hi Scheri - I use a basic Bernina domestic machine, 1008. The learning curve has only been in the FMQ, not having to also learn the machine. I have to give credit to the year-long free motion quilting challenge run at SewCalGal. This way I was practising every month, and now every week! THanks for the lovely comment!

03/01/2013 Flag