Free Motion Quilting Tip from Paula Doyle
Classes with Paula Doyle • Educational, G, 01-Aug-2016
This is an excellent tip from Paula which will help you make that smooth transition – because you have to stop sometimes!
This tip has been extracted from a longer video on free motion quilting, which in turn is part of an excellent comprehensive series that Paula filmed with us.
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