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Good Morning, Quilters! Today is Open Line Friday…Everyone asks…Everyone answers…Any quilting question…
We LOVE hearing from the experts out there…from all over the world…
I thought I’d start the ball rolling with a question from my sewing room….
This week I spent some time going through my stack of “Tuesday Tutorials” and other little projects.
I found a lot of forgotten little gems (and a few that were not so good…)
I cut out a few thumbnail “sketches” to save….
In the past, I’ve used larger practice pieces to make bags and I keep many samples in a binder…
What Do YOU do with your samples and your practice pieces?
I’d love to hear…
PS…All images, tutorials, and information are the property of Lori Kennedy at The Inbox Jaunt and are intended for personal use only. Feel free to re-blog, pin, tweet and share with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt. For all other purposes, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Are you looking for a fast and easy way to finish a quilt top?
Perhaps you’ve just completed a baby quilt and don’t want to spend a lot of time or money finishing the quilt…
Here’s the perfect solution—Tie the quilt with a simple free motion quilt motif in every square or corner.
The most common way to tie a quilt is to use yarn and a large needle to hand tie a knot every 4-10 inches in the layered quilt.
For the free motion method of hand tying a quilt: choose a simple free motion motif (or several) and stitch the motif in place of a yarn knot.
This method is perfect for baby quilts or any quilts that you would like a little fluffier.
It’s fast, fun and a perfect way to gain confidence with free motion quilting…
Let me know what YOU think…
PPS…All images, information and tutorials are the property of Lori Kennedy @ The Inbox Jaunt and are intended for personal use only. Feel free to reblog, Pin, share, tweet with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt. For all other purposes, please contact me at email@example.com. Thanks!