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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 Funky
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What materials did you use? again, cotton muslin, cotton batting, poly thread...

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What are you most proud of? getting more consistent with side-to-side and backwards, getting stitch lengths more even...never tried free-motion so a little daunting, but practice is fun!

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looks great. The idea of the baby quilt sounds brilliant, hope to see it soon

11/28/2012 Flag

I'm with Jo,, a baby quilt sounds great. I like the description as Funky.

11/28/2012 Flag

Thanks, Deb! I am so trying to get over perfectionism (not that I ever attained it!), and loosening up with this whole deal! So cool to see what you all do, and to be so inspired! xoxo!

11/28/2012 Flag

When you get over perfectionism, you will have all sort of fun things happen just by themselves. People look at things as a whole. They don't look for every little bobble. And when there eye sees one there mind corrects it so their consciousness doesn't see it. Try for the best you can do and you will have much more fun. Free yourself for happy accidents. Sometimes I go back and I can't find that "wrong" place on my own things. If I put things away for a few days, I look at them more with the eye of a viewer not a maker. Good luck

11/28/2012 Flag

Getting better about it already...if I can't find it in a day, no one else will be looking for it! Meanwhile, thankful for tools, ends of batting, fabric paints, and stash of fabrics with which to explore this new medium!

11/28/2012 Flag