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120. Machine Quilting Forum I
Focused forum of 20-minute back-to-back presentations from five top educators, including live Q&A and chat for a truly engaging experience. Download a compilation of handouts from each presenter, new ideas, and information on products and processes.
Jenny K. Lyon - Easy Peasy Cutwork!—Combine cutwork-by-hand with some very forgiving free-motion quilting to create beautiful and useful quilts, home decor, and art. There are so many things you can do with this technique. See a few here and you'll start thinking about how you can use cutwork in your own quilting.
Sue Nickels - Machine Quilting Basics with Sue Nickels—Sue has been teaching machine quilting for over 30 years and will share her expert tips for free-motion success on the home sewing machine. See how to easily start and stop, how to achieve smooth and even stitches, and much more. Free-motion quilting can be fun and stress free with a few confidence building tips!
Catherine Redford - Modern Machine Quilting—Straight Lines, Serpentines, Spirals, and More Tips and tricks for successful walking foot quilting, including altered stitches, curved lines, and smooth spirals.
Christa Watson - Christa's Top Tips for Machine Quilting Success—Learn to become better at quilting on your home sewing machine with Christa's top tips for machine quilting success. A few of these include proper work station setup, choosing the right materials, how to hide your mistakes, and learning why a "can-do" attitude is the most important tool in your toolbox! If you can sketch it, you can quilt it. See Christa's "doodle" demonstration and learn up close how practice makes progress with each and every quilt!
Cyndi Zacheis - Mark the Design and Follow the Line—If you can mark the design, you can quilt it! Learn three simple and effective ways to mark your free-motion designs before you quilt. Start with printed quilting designs and get tips to help transfer them to your quilt. These techniques are especially useful for those who need to practice control in free-motion work.
Quilting: Machine, Design