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Simple Lines Experiment Quilt

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Machine Quilting Negative Space taught by Angela Walters

Turn your quilt's negative space into positively fabulous designs! Angela shows how to complement pieced sections with motifs and texture.

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Category Quilting
Type Quilt
Style Modern, Casual, Classic
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What materials did you use? cotton, wadding, thread

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What are you most proud of? Finding time to do two almost identical quilts and enjoy the textural difference.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Most people think simple lines take less time than free motion quilting. It might be true /depends on how dense the quilting is/. However free motion feels better - it is like drawing, is fun and it does include loadsof experiment. If you have not tried it - jump into it. You will like it.

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This a two quilts experiment. Two almost identical tops - one quilted in swirls, leaves, bubles, etc; one quilted in lines. I love the puckering on quilts. Love the lines two. So i wanted a comparison. I am not able to pick a favorite yet - love both. Swirly, wavy quilting is gorgeous thing to make - love the process and the look. Lines on the other hand, add a watery effect - gentle flow and elegant texture.

12/05/2013 Flag