I’m finishing up my entries for the Des Moines Area Quilter’s Guild Quilt Show, which is fast approaching! (October 28, see here for details) And most of what I have left to do is quilting. So, I thought I would share a trick that helps me figure out my quilting designs. It’s a dry-erase board. Practicing the design I want to do gets it into my hands and I’m more ready to do it on the sewing machine. It also helps visualize the results, of course. Thanks, Lisa for sharing this technique with me. She’ll have to fill me in on who taught it to her!
I also just discovered a blog you should check out, all about machine quilting filler designs. ONE EVERY DAY FOR A YEAR!! Can you believe it?!
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