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Free Motion Fillers, Vol. 1 taught by Leah Day

Give 50 free-motion filler designs a whirl with instructor Leah Day in this in-depth quilting class. Stitch each design to create an impressive and unique quilt.

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? unbleached muslin top, cotton back, cotton batting, 30wt top thread, 50 wt bobbin thread

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What are you most proud of? My love for Provencal quilts and my reference materials, combined with what I'm learning, ended up in something that I love....deep texture whole cloth, which is my favorite thing to do.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Have fun!

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Truly an heirloom piece! Can I ask, how long have you been FMQing prior to this piece? Not trying to set the bar for myself, just curious about the level of expertise...

06/15/2013 Flag

Again, thanks to all of your encouragement....since finding Craftsy classes last November, and buying my Brother PS1500 with about 9.5 inches under the arm, huge space for a domestic sewing machine rather than a longarm, I'm off to the races after many many years of sewing, quilting, drawing, painting etc. This is my new love, hands down.

06/22/2013 Flag

Wow this beautiful and very inspiring! I'm going to go right now and practise!

07/07/2013 Flag


11/19/2013 Flag

Amazing! Really good for just beginning. I found that It's not easy on a home machine on a full quilt gets really heavy and hard to move around, but I am still working on it. I am totally inspired by your project!

12/22/2013 Flag