That's what I hear over and over in my classes.
Free-motion quilting (FMQ) is functional, expressive and personal. It's like handwriting, and no two of us will do it the same. When we first learn to write it's new and requires concentration. But it gets fun quick as you get more comfortable.
If you're reading this, you're ready to go deeper into the world of free motion quilting, and this is a great place to learn more! I've created lots of support for you.
I have lots of free videos on YouTube, including my popular Drawing Together series. They can also be seen on my IGTV page.
Check out my free-motion quilting books: they have great reviews!
I have both live and prerecorded classes. For live classes, sign up on my events page. For prerecorded offerings, go to classes.
People who sign up for my my email list receive an immediate response with my Quilted Nesting Buckets pattern. It's the perfect thing to try out a little free-motion quilting and have something to show for it at the end!
I quilted on a domestic machine for 15 years! You can too.