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Beginner Free Motion and the Language of Quilting

45.00

This is a great class to get started with simple techniques so you can easily follow a pattern and smooth out your shapes. Remember, "as long as your shapes are pretty you don't have to rip out." We'll show you how to move your hands, where to focus your eyes, count for consistency and how to use Sally's "wiggle room" method to hide your bobbles and wobbles. Then after we have learned some tips on how to look perfect while learning, we will stitch the 5 Basic Shapes in fill patterns, sashing patterns and block designs as we free motion our way across our class sample. We will even discuss what type of thread and batting choices help us make our machine quilting look like we have been quilting for years.

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Machine, power cord, foot control, manual, extension cord and power strip, 30" x 30" muslin quilt sandwich either spray basted or thread basted
Spool of LIGHT color thread and 2 prewound bobbins to match
Fabric marker for light fabric
6" x 18" ruler
your favorite feather stencil
your favorite curved or pattern template
Thread scissors or nippers
Favorite drawing pencil
8" x 8" light weight card board like from a cereal box

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Machine, power cord, foot control, manual, ????extension cord and power strip????
30" x 30" muslin quilt sandwich either spray basted or thread basted
Spool of LIGHT color thread and 2 prewound bobbins to match
Fabric marker for light fabric
6" x 18" ruler
your favorite feather stencil
your favorite curved or pattern template
Thread scissors or nippers
Favorite drawing pencil
8" x 8" light weight card board like from a cereal box