Happy Monday, Quilters! Today, a Free Motion Quilting Quick Tip DON’T ROTATE YOUR QUILT Try this little experiment… Begin with a small quilt sandwich. Choose your favorite motif. (The motif above is The Easiest Flower Ever.) Place the quilt sandwich … Continue reading
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BEGINNER LOOPS FREE MOTION QUILT TUTORIAL
I would like to start by emphasizing–Quilting does not have to be complicated to be beautiful!
Simple patterns like Loops can be very pretty. If you’re a beginner, find a motif that is easy for you to so ensure success. AND don’t avoid free motion quilting because it looks complicated. YOU can do this!
Today’s motif is a simple pattern. Stitch it horizontally–it is just like writing the lower case letter “l” in cursive.
Draw two lines one inch apart. Stitch simple loops. Stitch with the lines horizontally or vertically-which ever is easier.
Stitch the first set of loops and then interlock the second row of loops.
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PPS. This tutorial was stitched on my BERNINA 820 on Kona cotton with Sulky 30wt Rayon on top and Aurifil 50 wt cotton in the bobbin.
I hope you are making good progress with your doodles!?
I just wanted to pop in and show you that doodles can become quilts…
It’s even more fun to stitch Messy Spirals than it is to doodle them!
PS…This Quilt-a-Doodle was stitched with Superior’s Magnifico, trilobal polyester on top and Aurifil cotton 50 wt in the bobbin on my Bernina 820 (a domestic sewing machine) on Warm and Natural batting, Kaufman Kona cotton…
PPS…All tutorials, images 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, share with attribution to The Inbox Jaunt. For all other purposes, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!