Cross Hatched Wavy Lines – Intro to Free Motion Quilting

Welcome to our Intro Free Motion Quilting series! We are so excited about this course so we can help give you the confidence to finish your quilts yourself on your home sewing machine or longarm.

Today we are branching out from the wavy line stencil and creating a cross hatched wavy line with free motion quilting.

I love quilting with wavy lines because it is such a versatile stitch. This one turned out really fun and it was super easy.

I walk you through how to divide your quilt block into equal parts so your quilting can be evenly spaced throughout the quilt.

If you haven’t watched our intro videos on the supplies you’ll need and how to use your stencils and Pounce Pad, make sure you watch those first on our class page: https://www.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/intro-to-free-motion-quilting/

We have created four reorderable quilt kits using solid fabrics from Northcott Colorworks. The richly colored fabrics are fabulous to work with, and it will make it very easy to see your stitches and make your stitching the star or the show.

Make sure you grab a stencil kit, which contains the four stencils and pounce pad we are using to learn the four basic stitches. And grab the quilt pattern, which is FREE with the purchase of any Free Motion Quilting Kit.

Supplies we are using:
Free Motion Quilting Series Pattern: https://shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/product/free-motion-quilting-series-pattern/
Free Motion Quilting Stencil Kit: https://shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/product/free-motion-quilting-stencil-kit/
Free Motion Quilting Quilt Kit: https://shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/product/free-motion-quilting-quilt-kit-lap-size/

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  1. I’ve watched a few of your beginner quilting videos and I’m curious about something. You may have covered it on an earlier video and I missed it, but why do you not baste your block together before doing the quilting. Wouldn’t putting a basting stitch around the perimeter help to hold the fabric tight? I’ve never done quilting and I’m just learning, so I’ve been watching a lot of videos and it is something I’ve noticed some other do, including long arm quilters. Just curious…thank you!

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