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Free motion quilt designs

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Free motion quilting can be tricky to get the hang of when you are just starting out. One thing that can make it easier and less intimidating is drawing or transferring the quilting design or motif onto the quilt top or project.  Ashley Hough shows you how to do this using freezer paper, which eliminates the need to draw directly on the fabric.

Free motion quilting can be tricky to get the hang of when you are just starting out. One thing that can make it easier and less intimidating is drawing or transferring the quilting design or motif onto the quilt top or project. Ashley Hough shows you how to do this using freezer paper, which eliminates the need to draw directly on the fabric.

Its said over and over again, practice is important when it comes to free motion quilting. This...

It's said over and over again, practice is important when it comes to free motion quilting. This implies we make a bunch of practice pieces, but really, how long does it take before we're sick of maki

As a quilter, it’s always a good idea to have quilting designs in your arsenal of go-to techniques…especially if you’re quilting for others. Here are our five most popular border design tutorials from the APQS blog.

As a quilter, it’s always a good idea to have quilting designs in your arsenal of go-to techniques…especially if you’re quilting for others. Here are our five most popular border design tutorials from the APQS blog.

Free Motion Quilting For Beginners (and those who think they can't) | crazy mom quilts | Bloglovin’

I've had the chance to review the book Free Motion Quilting for Beginners (and those who think they can't), by Molly Hanson. I love that title! I'm a big proponent of quilting your own quilts, as you

The moral of this story is, if you make a mistake . . . just keep quilting until you can’t see it anymore.

Almost every month I travel and teach free-motion quilting to quilters at guilds and quilt shops. I truly love it, and I hope that everyone who takes a class from me enjoys it as well! But, inevitably, there comes a time in every class where I have to break the bad news . . . to get better at machine quilting, you have to practice. I know, I know. It’s not exactly what you (or anyone for that matter) wants to hear. I so wish that I had that one tip, trick, or even funny joke that would…