Sat, October 13, 2018 - 9:00AM - 4:00PM


Linda Kelly Hubbard





Do you own a walking foot but all you’ve ever used it for is “stitch in
the ditch” or attaching a binding? Is “free motion” quilting just not
your thing? Then this class is for you! Join me to learn the many ways you
can quilt with your walking foot, whether on modern or traditional projects.
Geared to the quilter who already has basic knowledge of and experience with
machine quilting, this class will further explore all the many applications
of the walking foot. After a quick review of the walking foot and how it
works, machine setup and preparing the quilt, we will move on to explore
linear designs, grids, matchstick quilting, twin needle work, radiating
designs, quilting curves circles and spirals, and echo quilting, as well as
using decorative stitches for quilting. You will learn to use your quilting
guide properly, and several other methods of evenly spacing quilting lines
without marking. (Who likes marking anyway? I’d rather be quilting!)
Students will receive detailed notes, many tips and stitching time in class
to create samples. Come WALK with me to new quilting techniques!



First Baptist Church- basement

 90 Victoria St E


Prerequisite: a basic or beginnners machine quilting class

Students should Bring

Student Materials: Sewing machine with walking foot (or built in dual feed
as on Pfaff),
basic sewing supplies.
A detailed list will be provided to each student upon registration.
Teacher Materials: Detailed notes, a number of resource materials and at
least 20 quilts large and small will be displayed.

Number of Participants


Registrar or 506-455-1825


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