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Ironing Board Cover

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Free Motion Quilting a Sampler taught by Leah Day

Your unfinished quilt tops are calling you. Become the confident quilter you long to be with Leah Day and Free Motion Quilting a Sampler!

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Casual, Whimsical, Funky, Retro Vintage, Art
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What materials did you use? A Goodwill high thread count king sized sheet and a crib sized wool batt with Isacord thread. I quilted it on a Singer 500A "Rocketeer" made in 1961.

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Did you use elastic or string to draw it closed? Thanks!

01/17/2014 Flag

What a great idea. The quilting is very nice. Your dog is so cute. It really looks like he's sewing!

01/23/2014 Flag

Much too nice for an ironing board

04/07/2014 Flag

I am doing one right now & have NO idea how to start quilting it. Which class helped you design yours?

06/16/2014 Flag

Free Motion Quilting a Sampler taught by Leah Day. :-) This was my practice piece while I followed along in the class.

06/20/2014 Flag

Your ironing board cover is beautiful! I was amazed to hear you say you made it on the Singer 500. I love that machine, I have one also. That's my workhorse.

06/21/2014 Flag

It's my favorite. I have a studio full of vintage machines for teaching classes, but the 500 and a 15-90 on a treadle are in my living room for my own sewing projects. The 15-90 has become my favorite for free motion work.

06/28/2014 Flag