Saturday, February 1, 2014

Video: Free Motion Quilting Fun

I sat down with some extra practice quilt sandwiches from my class last weekend and stitched up a little fun. I had no plan, other than to stitch around the applique and enjoy stitching after a rather rough week.


I hope you get a chance to do some free motion quilting practice this weekend, or whatever creative activity that makes you happy!

free motion quilting fun


I've got a lovely head cold and so I think I will enjoy my hubby's return from his out of town project by staying in bed a bunch. Thanks so much for reading the blog, watching the videos, sharing this site with friends and following my adventures via Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+.

10 comments:

  1. Thank you Amy for the videos! They inspire me and gives me confidence as I continue on my journey with learning free motion quilting. I love seeing the different designs you create.

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    1. I am so glad you like them and that you took the time to tell me so! It's so much fun.

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  2. Good video Amy. I have sent the link to a few friends who are learning to quilt.

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  3. Amy - thank you so much for the video - I loved it. How do you manage to set your camera up and what sort of camera do you use?

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    1. It's just a simple point and shoot Canon Powershot. As far as a mount, it's on a flexible metal arm thing from one of those clamp on craft/needlework magnifying glass things. (That's why it'll jiggle from time to time!) I think I've posted a picture before on the blog but I can't seem to find it now.

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  4. Many thanks for your time to make and share this video with us!
    I love the way in which you freely creates a design! And also a way to quickly complete an applique and interesting!
    It looks beautiful! Congratulations!
    Have a wonderful week!

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    1. Oh thank YOU so much! It’s so nice to share with others.

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  5. I hope you are feeling much better. Love the video.

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    1. Thanks, I am feeling better now. I hope you are too Marsha!

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