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March 12, 2019
Machine Quilting the Modern Half Circles Motif from The Inbox jaunt

Good Morning, Machine Quilters! I was doodling away and this fabulous machine quilting motif showed up on my notepad! (I love when that happens!)  With a little machine quilting magic, we could create a beautiful row of flower pots like the Windowsill Garden HERE. I plan to machine quilt a border of these modern flowers…

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November 6, 2018
How to Quilt a Honeycomb Leaf-Machine Quilting Tutorial from The Inbox jaunt

Good Morning Quilters! Are YOU ready to quilt?  I’m excited about a series of tutorials based on the Honeycomb Motif we learned last week! (The Honeycomb is also available in More Free Motion Machine Quilting 1-2-3 in the Backgrounds and … Continue reading

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May 22, 2018
How to Quilt Circle Pop-A Machine Quilting Tutorial from The Inbox jaunt

Good Morning, Quilters! One of my favorite motifs is Grid Pop (page 140 of my first book). It creates a very striking background in any quilt and it mixes nicely with other motifs and in quilts, for example- here  and on Mr. … Continue reading

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April 12, 2017
Daisy Basket from Addicted to Quilts



This is Bronwyn's design which she calls Emma's Basket.  The templates are available through Victorian Textiles.


Bronwyn wanted the baskets to pop so didn't want allover quilting.


I continuous curved the white in the basket and quilted a daisy with two leaves above each basket.



Around the basked I quilted an intense allover daisy and leaf design.  I varied the sizes of the daisies to give interest.


To define the border I quilted a larger daisy design which I echoed and then quilted straight lines approximately half an inch apart.


The quilting shows really well on the ...

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August 12, 2016
Daisy Border from Addicted to Quilts

This is Barbara's gorgeous Dresden Plate quilt made with 1930s fabrics. She decided to have a random daisy design quilted in the border.




Barbara chose a background fill of small curls around the plates, which made the sashing and applique pop.


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