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Let's Machine Quilt! Part 3: Free-Motion Magic
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Meet The Expert
Sherry Duncan has an amazing wealth of craft knowledge. She not only brings experience and passion for quilting and sewing to the Annie's team and clients, but also an understanding of practical techniques in knit and crochet. She has published two knitting patterns. Full bio »

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Are you ready to learn how to finish your own quilts at home instead of hiring long-arm services? In this Learn, Make, Create! episode, part 3 of our Let's Machine Quilt series, expert Sherry Duncan will take you step by step through learning basic free-motion quilting.

She will demonstrate how to drop your feed dogs, use gloves or other grippers to help you move the fabric under the free-motion foot, and stitch a variety of lines with free-motion quilting including straight, curved, wavy, serpentine, pebbles and more.

The final step in this episode is to learn how to square up your stitch-book blocks to make a sampler book for your own reference.

Sampler Book Materials List (per page -- make as many pages as desired)
  • 2 (8" x 8") pieces dark-colored 100% cotton fabric
  • 1 (8" x 8") piece batting
  • Contrasting thread
Note: Use a 1-inch split ring to join book pages together
Meet The Expert
Sherry Duncan has an amazing wealth of craft knowledge. She not only brings experience and passion for quilting and sewing to the Annie's team and clients, but also an understanding of practical techniques in knit and crochet. She has published two knitting patterns. Full bio »

View other episodes by Sherry Duncan »
Are you ready to learn how to finish your own quilts at home instead of hiring long-arm services? In this Learn, Make, Create! episode, part 3 of our Let's Machine Quilt series, expert Sherry Duncan will take you step by step through learning basic free-motion quilting.

She will demonstrate how to drop your feed dogs, use gloves or other grippers to help you move the fabric under the free-motion foot, and stitch a variety of lines with free-motion quilting including straight, curved, wavy, serpentine, pebbles and more.

The final step in this episode is to learn how to square up your stitch-book blocks to make a sampler book for your own reference.

Sampler Book Materials List (per page -- make as many pages as desired)
  • 2 (8" x 8") pieces dark-colored 100% cotton fabric
  • 1 (8" x 8") piece batting
  • Contrasting thread
Note: Use a 1-inch split ring to join book pages together