MachineQuilting

MYoD - Week 03 - selun

MYoD - WEek 03 - selun

User name of the quilter: selun

Name of the exercise: Coincidence Quilt - Part 1 (calendar week 03)

Quilts and Installation – the Importance of Invention

Date: 
17. July 2013 (All day) - 6. September 2013 (All day)
Location: 
Munich, Germany
Event Type: 
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Two artists show their work - quilts by Jutta Böhmler-Hahn and an installation by Patricia Petaperma.

Description: 

Two artists show their work - quilts by Jutta Böhmler-Hahn and an installation by Patricia Petaperma.

Venue:

Kulturklub im Europäischen Patentamt

PschorrHöfe / Bayerstr. 34

80335 München

Germany

Paisleys

Paisleys

Paisleys have been classical patterns for ages. They are also wonderful motifs for free motion quilting - the design possibilities are simply endless...

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Different Methods to Mark a Quilt Top (Intro)

Different Methods to Mark a Quilt Top (Intro)

Quilting is an essential part in making a quilt. Some claim, the most essential part. Whatever be the case, quilting should be more than an afterthought because the quilting motifs will strongly influence the overall design and might even change the entire character of a quilt top...

Edgy Meandering

Edgy Meandering

Quilters have told us that they find it difficult making real "sharp" corners when free-motion machine quilting. If you face the same problems, this pattern might be right for you to get into corners. Basically, it is a variety of the basic meandering pattern, just with "sharp" corners.

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Feathered Bean

Feathered Bean

This small free motion pattern fits perfectly into small or larger squares. We think that it resembles a single bean with feathers on each sides, therefore the outlandish name.

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Turmoil

Turmoil

The Turmoil quilt combines a well-known cut twice/sew twice technique and free motion quilting to express movement, speed and – nomen est omen – turmoil...

Carnation

Carnation

The inspiration for this simple free-motion machine quilting motif is a patch of carnations in Johann's parents' garden in Austria. While weeding and pruning the rose bushes, Jutta had a casual look down towards the ground and suddenly saw quiltlines everywhere....

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Practice makes perfect (?)

Practice makes perfect (?)

Free-motion machine quilting is a skill which needs practice. A lot of practice. Different patterns or motifs require a variety of “techniques”, e. g. corners vs curves, continuous lines vs self-contained motifs, evenly spaced vs randomly placed lines etc...

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Quilt as You Go

Quilt as You Go

Quilting a large quilt takes time, even when you are quilting by machine. No matter which quilting technique you are using, managing a large quilt sandwich strains the hands, shoulders and back. And for all of us who are working with a regular household sewing machine, getting the bulk of three quilt layers into the machine’s throat space and moving it around smoothly to achieve beautifully executed quilting lines is not for the faint-hearted...

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