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Walking-Foot Quilting

Let's go beyond the X-across squares! Learn to use your walking foot to its best advantage to quilt your pieces. Squiggles, circles, and lines are all fun ways to quilt; Cynthia will show you just what to do. Cost: $28 plus supplies. Supplies: Sewing machine, recently cleaned and oiled, with a new needle (I recommend a Microtex #80/12); walking foot for your machine; three 12–18" quilt sandwiches—cotton fabric on the top and bottom (muslin is a terrific choice), cotton batting in the middle, and basted together in the way you prefer (e.g., pins or spray-basted); a small project on which to practice quilting with your walking foot (e.g., a placemat, table runner, or wall hanging), basted and ready to quilt; 50 weight cotton thread in a color that contrasts with your fabric sandwiches; 1" blue painter’s tape; small ruler such as a hem gauge; basic sewing supplies; and Jacquie Gering’s book Walk: Master Machine Quilting with Your Walking Foot, which you can get at the shop. Thursday, March 11, 6-8 PM on Zoom.

Skill Level: Intermediate
Skill Details: You should have made quilted a project or two before taking this class. You MUST have a walking foot for your machine.
Instructor: Patricia Amburgy

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