Free Motion Machine Quilting

PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE

I teach this class a lot and it ALWAYS fills up.

I hear the same remarks from my students as the class begins, I’ve tried but I’ve never gotten the hang of it. I did it awhile ago but I need a refresher, I wish I was better.

Here is the trick to free motion quilting on a domestic machine.

It is just not hard or difficult.

You must –

PRACTICE …………………..PRACTICE………………………….. PRACTICE……………………………….and PRACTICE some more.

I am constantly finding out new things about this process and I have been doing it for over 30 years.

I taught this class twice in Madison at the Quilting Expo and I just received this letter from one of the students in the class.

Dear Frieda,
Thank you for the practical suggestions and materials that you shared with us in the workshop.  I started quilting 2 years ago and the first paragraph in your handout booklet sounds exactly like me.  I’ve taken your suggestion about practicing free motion designs for a short period of time before getting back to unfinished quilting projects and it has already made a difference for me.
Thanks, again. Judy R.

I hope you get the message and get in there and PRACTICE! You can purchase my booklet on my website in the books section.

Book Frieda Anderson

Have a great weekend.

Frieda Anderson