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Longarm Quilting

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Completed 02/2017! Dust cover for my long arm quilting machine, fitted for a HandiQuilter Avante 18. It's like a tea cozy on steroids...

I’ve had my long arm sewing machine since mid-2012. That means for 4+ years I’ve been saying to myself, pretty much daily, “Hmm, it’d be nice to have a cover* for this to k…

Embroidery Couching Foot (1 set) [Video] [Video] in 2022 | Sewing machine quilting, Sewing machine basics, Crafts sewing projects

Jun 11, 2022 - Maximize The Features On The Embroidery Couching Foot and Unleash Your Creativity. Couching is a decorative thread work technique in which threads, yarns, or other fibers are laid across the quilt and fastened in place by the machines quilting thread. The seven sizes ofEmbroidery Couching Footin this kit enable you to …

I'm teaching a Free Motion Quilting class starting in April at my LQS, Heartstrings and Heirlooms . I finished up the class sample over the...

I'm teaching a Free Motion Quilting class starting in April at my LQS, Heartstrings and Heirlooms. I finished up the class sample over the weekend. In the class the students will do larger samples, but I needed a small book of designs to advertise the class. As you can see in the above end view, I used three different types of batting for my sample book - Quilter's Dream 100% Cotton, Hobbs 80/20 (80% cotton and 20% polyester), and a 100% wool. I used a tutorial from a recent Quilting Arts…

Freemotion Quilting Tutorials – part 8 – ipatchandquilt

YAY! It is finally time to tackle the Ribbon Candy pattern variations! For those of you who are a bit unsure of what the differences are between a Wishbone and a Ribbon Candy pattern, please bear w…

The moral of this story is, if you make a mistake . . . just keep quilting until you can’t see it anymore.

Almost every month I travel and teach free-motion quilting to quilters at guilds and quilt shops. I truly love it, and I hope that everyone who takes a class from me enjoys it as well! But, inevitably, there comes a time in every class where I have to break the bad news . . . to get better at machine quilting, you have to practice. I know, I know. It’s not exactly what you (or anyone for that matter) wants to hear. I so wish that I had that one tip, trick, or even funny joke that would…

Step-by-Step Texture Quilting - C&T Publishing

Christina Cameli’s newest book, Step-by-Step Texture Quilting, takes you on an adventure in texture as she shows you how to create a wide variety of free-motion and walking-foot designs.She notes: “Quilted textures have a way of drawing you in and making you want to touch the quilt. They bring out the best in the piecing. The play of shadow and light delights even nonquilters, grabbing their attention and inspiring appreciation for the skill involved.”Not sure which design to try first?…

Lake Wylie, Lake Wylie, south crolina, quilting business, longarm quilting business, apqs, apqs quilting, angela huffmann

We sat down recently with Linda Gibbons from Lake Wylie, South Carolina to talk to her about her machine quilting business. We wanted to know a little more about how she got started quilting for others and what thoughts she had about her success.

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