TASTER: Quilting Makes Your Quilt with Valerie Nesbitt
FREE Tasters (Quilting) • Educational, G, 01-Nov-2013
Valerie has several Dresden Plate, Grandmother’s Fan quilts to show and she talks through the various quilting options she has used plus a selection of setting options for the blocks.
Mostly machine quilting and with the walking foot, but she has also used ‘seed quilting’ by hand to add texture to the background of one of them.
If you have enjoyed this workshop, you might like to view:
Quilting your Sampler Quilt – where Valerie talks through several options.
How to put on your Walking Foot might also be useful, as this is an essential tool when machine quilting.
And Knotting off the Ends of your thread useful to know too.
Don’t forget the quicklinks for other quilting ideas and workshops.
Click here to learn more about Valerie Nesbitt.
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