We have come a long way from the beginning of this series about free motion quilting. I sure hope you have learned a thing or two along the way. Are you keeping up with your everyday quilting play? I hope that it becomes a life-long habit.

Previous Posts

I’ve heard from several folks who have joined us along the way and missed out on the earlier posts. The list of previous blog posts, shown on the right side of the page, only goes back 5 posts. So I’m going to post some links to previous posts in the series in case you’d like to start at the very beginning (a very good place to start). Bonus points if you are singing the song now. Let me know in the comments.

Here they are. You’ll find the first post at the very bottom.

Free Motion Quilting for Beginners – Stipple

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Free Motion Quilting for Beginners – For Real

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Photo by Moose Photos from Pexels

Free Motion Quilting for Beginners – Getting Loopy

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Free Motion Quilting for Beginners – Curvy Designs

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big flower design

Free Motion Quilting for Beginners – the Secret to Curves

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Free Motion Quilting for Beginners – Muscle

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photo of tracing a quilting design

Free Motion Quilting for Beginners – Putting it Together – Straight

https://handiquilter.com/free-motion-putting-it-together/

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Free Motion Quilting for Beginners, Theory

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curve quilting

Free Motion Quilting for Beginners – Part 1 (this one is the beginning)

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woman making a promise

Check them out! If for nothing else than to see what that picture has to do with quilting.

 

by Mary Beth Krapil