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Quilting Quickly: Patterns, Techniques & Tips taught by Jenny Doan

Learn how to make quilts in a fraction of the time. This class is perfect for beginners and quilters who want to pick up the pace of piecing.

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Classic
desna on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton fabric from stash, pillow form

desna on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? Making something for a wonderful lady to enjoy:)

desna on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Make cushions... they are such fun and so addictive!

desna on craftsy.com

Aside from the perfect gift - did you design the pillow for FMQ or the FMQ for the pillow :D As always - nice work!!

04/22/2013 Flag

I am excited to give her the cushion... I think cushions and now bucket bags are a great tool to use for fmq, they are small and easy to work with.

04/23/2013 Flag

This is beautiful. You did a great job with the stitching. I love the color combo.

04/23/2013 Flag

Thanks Kimmie :) I used a walking foot for the quilting.

04/23/2013 Flag

another great project! I always love your fabrics, but the variety of quilting (especially in the center) is so much fun. yummy!

04/24/2013 Flag

Thanks Pam you are always so encouraging:) I am still practicing with the darning foot... have to try it out on a quilt soon!

04/25/2013 Flag

Hi Desna - This is adorable. Love the colors and happy you are having so much fun with the FMQ. I have not bee on line for a while, but I finally finished the 2012 BOM as a lap quilt for a friend. I recently posted it if you care to take a peek.

06/20/2013 Flag

Thanks Surfside6 I really liked how this one turned out. I had a little look at your quilt and love it well done on finishing yours, I still have to sew the blocks together eek!

07/10/2013 Flag