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Free Motion Quilting Class MO

Learn how to FMQ on your domestic sewing machine!  

This is a 3 hour class to learn the basics of free motion quilting on your regular sewing machine.

We will discuss basting and marking your quilt top, auditioning designs for your quilt, tracing patterns and using stencils.

We will practice on paper first to get the “feel” for curves, waves, circles and swirls. Then learn the basic stippling techniques to fill space quickly. 

Sewing Machine in good working order (Please bring the slide-on table for your machine if you have one. The larger flat surface to work on the better!)
Free Motion Foot (embroidery foot) with spring action for you machine
Must know how to drop feed dogs on machine.
Cotton thread, scissors, marking pens (Frixion recommended) and long ruler
Quilting Gloves are helpful (bring them if you have them)
18’ to 24” square quilt sandwich. Please choose solid or muslin for this so that you can easily trace designs and check your quilting stitches. 

Slider Sheet
Golden Threads Paper
Beginner Books such as “Free Motion Quilting” by Christina Cameli; “Shape by Shape, Collections 1 and 2” by Angela Walters; “Free Motion Quilting” by Angela Walters, “Freehand Filler Patterns” by Sue Patten and “The Art of Feather Quilting” by Judy Allen

Skill Level: beginner
Skill Details: Beginner
Materials Included: instruction
Requirements: Sewing Machine, pedal and power cord Thread & Bobbins Sewing notions (scissors, pins, etc) Quilting Foot specific to your machine (low shank vs. high shank); Call or stop in to inquire on correct foot.
Instructor: Carol Lampe
Instructor Bio: Carol Lampe

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.