More free motion ideas from the award winning quilting Paula Doyle – this time using pre-marked designs.
More useful filler stitches, this time following a pre-marked design. Paula shows you how to make these – such as mock cathedral window – and then how to create this with an interesting look at making it a continuous design.
Paula often uses a pre-marked grid, and she guides you through how to make this yourself and while Paula uses quite a small grid as a guide, you could think about taking these design inspirations and transferring them onto a quilt made with simple squares – how great would that look!
Also Paula reminds us that the lines you draw will be removed at some stage so don’t panic if you aren’t 100% accurate – just make the curves nice rather than jerky! – and again Paula has a great time on how to avoid that jerky start.
If you misssed part 1 of the series on free motion filler stitches – just click here.
and part 3 on feathers and borders is now available: – click here.
and don’t forget her other workshops in this series:
Marking and layering your quilt.
Using Freezer Paper as a template
Paula Doyle is an author, award winning quilter and tutor. One of the things she likes best is designing complex looking quilts which are made using simplified techniques to make them achievable and enjoyable to every quilter.
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