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Creative Quilting With Your Walking Foot taught by Jacquie Gering

Finish fabulous, fulfilling quilts at home with your walking foot. Tap into the creative power of your walking foot as you quilt linear, curved and concentric designs.

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What materials did you use? Batik

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Hi Jacquie, this is the quilt that you could not see on my previous postings. My first foundation piecing quilt and colors I would not usually use.Can't warm to this one, so perhaps some of your great advice on quilting might see me finish it. I was thinking of radiating lines from the corner of each block or echoing the overall serpentine design. Thanks perhaps some

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Thanks so much for posting it here. When I look at the quilt I see that snakelike movement on the diagonal and I think emphasizing that would be the way I would go. I would echo those curves and where the curve ends I would echo the straight edge up and over. I wouldn't stop at the border either. I would extend the curves into the borders to keep a continuous quilting line. Let me know if that makes sense.

07/05/2014 Flag

Forgot to add...within the beauty blocks I would do radiating lines with the focal point at the corner of the block with the echoing curves between the blocks.

07/05/2014 Flag

Did you get my response about the birch quilt?

07/05/2014 Flag

Thanks Jacquie, a great solution combining both radiating lines in the beauty blocks and following the curved snake like movement. Continuing the quilting into the border is something I did not think of, that will look interesting! Your help is much appreciated. I have started the quilting on the Madonna quilt and it is looking very interesting.

07/06/2014 Flag