Project

Free Motion Sampler Quilt

What are you most proud of? Being able to connect the finished quilted blocks with connecting binding and extra sashing. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go slow, take your time and practice each free motion technique on a practice sandwich until you feel confident enough to quilt your quilt!

You Can Make This

Julie Leonard made Free Motion Sampler Quilt with:

Free Motion Quilting a Sampler

Online Class

Free Motion Quilting a Sampler

with Leah Day

  • Scrap fabrics for pieced blocks
  • 100% cotton for sashing and backing. Cotton batting.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? Being able to connect the finished quilted blocks with connecting binding and extra sashing. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go slow, take your time and practice each free motion technique on a practice sandwich until you feel confident enough to quilt your quilt!

Q&A with Julie Leonard

Sylvie LC asked:
Beautiful, love the way you put the sashing widder. Did you quilt it exactly how Leah Day did it? It seems to be so closely quilted, that I am at lost. So you did it block by block and was it hard to add the sashing and blocks together at the end. I have not finished watching her demo. I am going slow because it is so much to do, I have never quilted so close together before. You did a great great job, congrats!
Julie Leonard answered:
Thanks, Sylvie!

Skill Level

Intermediate

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