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Machine Quilting Pattern

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Using a walking foot is the easiest and quickest way to quilt borders. Continue reading for 7 easy border quilting ideas using a walking foot.

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When we came across this article of the best machine quilting tips we knew we had to share it with our readers. The tips are detailed and contain links to products that will help you to get the bes…

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I can't believe we're quilting our 10th walking foot quilting design today! Learn how to quilt Super Star, a super beginner quilting design you can quilt with walking foot quilting AND free motion quilting. Learn how to quilt this design with two videos created by online quilting teacher Leah Day.

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When I straight line quilt I don't use chalk or pens to mark my lines, it's just to time consuming. Instead I use good quality painters tape to mark the lines. First, join your fabric to your desired interfacing, you can use something like 505 basting spray (I use that spray glue when quilting up to queen size quilts on my domestic machine), or for bags (especially cotton) when I want that extra stiffness/stability - I use a fusible web. If you use cotton fabric, I recommend something like Heat n Bond Light to join your fabric to the interfacing if it isn't fusible. I used by Annie's Soft and Stable in this bag, as I want that beautiful puffiness for the squares that you can't get with any other interfacing. But there's several great options out there. Use your walking foot for quilting, to make sure all layers feed evenly. To start I just lay my ruler across what I'm to quilt at a pleasing angle and place my tape along it's edge. Then I sew the first line edge to edge with the tape with my walking foot. When I then have a stitched line to go after I just re-stick the tape along the seam line. This is why you want good quality painters tape, the good quality I can re-stick 10-15 times, while the bad one maybe 3-5. If you can't find tape in the desired distance for your lines, stick it on a baking sheet or just on your cutting mat and just cut it to the desired width. This one I cut down to 1/2". When quilting, make sure you lengthen your stitch for the most beautiful result, something like 3.5-4-5 is usually very pretty. Test on a scrap of your fabric before starting. And then you get this gorgeous texture! So next time, don't hesitate to go for some straight line quilting, it's so much faster with painters tape! This is also a little sneak peek at my new pattern in the works.

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Straight-line quilting is my favorite way to do my own quilting! It's so easy and has quite the striking finish! It's perfect for giving your quilt vintage-look, crinkly texture, and a hint of modern. Let's jump right in! . The quilt shown above is Mountain Horizon. The pattern can be found here. Materials needed: a basted quilt sandwich; you can find my pin basting tutorial here sewing machine & walking foot; a walking foot is EXTREMELY important to ensure that your quilt sandwich is evenly fed through your machine. With something as thick as a quilt, your feed dogs can't do all of the work themselves! thread- either 40w or 50w will do. I typically use 50w Gutermann thread. seam ripper quilting needle- a 90/14 needle works best for quilting, but you can also use a universal needle. However, if you notice that your stitches are skipping with a universal needle, then you should change your needle to a 90/14. sewing needle (to bury your threads) scissors hera marker (optional) having a long table helps. I'll sometimes move my sewing machine to the kitchen table so that my quilt can have a place to go as it's going through my machine :) . The first thing to do is to come up with a plan. If my blocks are

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