Free Motion Quilting - Part 2 with Paula Doyle
Free Motion Quilting Series with Paula Doyle • Educational, G, 18-Feb-2022
More useful filler stitches, this time following a pre-marked design. Paula shows you how to make these – such as mock cathedral window – and then how to create this with an interesting look at making it a continuous design.
Paula often uses a pre-marked grid, and she guides you through how to make this yourself and while Paula uses quite a small grid as a guide, you could think about taking these design inspirations and transferring them onto a quilt made with simple squares – how great would that look!
Also Paula reminds us that the lines you draw will be removed at some stage so don’t panic if you aren’t 100% accurate – just make the curves nice rather than jerky.
If you misssed part 1 of the series on free motion filler stitches you can watch it in our website and don’t forget her other workshops in this series:
Marking and layering your quilt.
Using Freezer Paper as a template
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