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Free-Motion Quilting with Feathers taught by Angela Walters

Fun, easy and versatile quilted feathers! Join Angela Walters in her comprehensive class to add a host of options to your machine-quilting toolbox.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Table Decor
Style Casual, Classic, Traditional
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What was your source for this quilting project? Other
Tell us more about what inspired you. Orphan block, free motion warm up

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What materials did you use? Cotton fabric, Soft & Stable by Annie, Fil-Tec 40wt Glide polyester thread, 90/14 needle

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Beautiful colors and quilting ! Love the contrast of white thread on red, you have done such a lovely job with the quilting.

01/18/2014 Flag

Thanks Danita!

01/27/2014 Flag

Wow! Gorgeous!

01/29/2014 Flag

:D thanks!

02/01/2014 Flag

Another one of your stunning projects. great quilting accents!

04/14/2014 Flag

Hi, Thank you!!

04/16/2014 Flag

I am totally impressed with your work. What skill! I must be doing something wrong because after a couple of hours of free-motion quilting, my shoulders ache. Repetitive stress. I have to take breaks frequently. Do you have this problem?

04/18/2014 Flag

Thank you! For sitting and machine position and set-up I recommend watching Youtube videos by Leah Day and Patsy Thompson. Both have great tips on setting up your space for FMQ. Here is a link to the first of a four-part series by Patsy http://youtu.be/39I5A3iyCtw Leah Day has several videos over the last few years. Here is one http://youtu.be/7-eOpPsecyU It is recommended to take breaks and stretch often. I the videos will be helpful! Blessings, Dena

04/19/2014 Flag

I just watched Patsy Johnson's video on setting up the work area. She specifically said that shoulder strain happens when the chair isn't tall enough. I've thought for awhile that my own chair is too low, so I followed her advice and ordered a doctor's swivel stool online. It's maximum ht. is 27" which would be an improvement for me. THANKS FOR THE HOT TIP!! Nancy

04/25/2014 Flag

Woohoo!!! I am so glad Patsy's video was helpful. I hope you are on your way to pain free quilting!!!

04/26/2014 Flag