Quilting Simple Wavy Lines that Accentuate the Piecing

I love quilting wavy lines. They are so versatile and can be customized to just about any shape you can imagine, and that’s exactly what I did for Zig Zag.

I used wavy lines to follow the line of the piecing to create a zig zag with the quilting that matched the zig zag created by the block layout.

You get to watch as I quilt on the longarm and I cover how I worked across the quilt so I could do an entire pass efficiently and without breaking any threads in the middle of each pass.

It’s a great way to see how I worked out my quilting path so you can think critically about the best way to quilt your next project.

Zig Zag is part of our Stashin’ with Stephanie subscription club, but you don’t have to be a member to get the pattern or grab a kit. But if you do join, you’ll get the Zig Zag pattern for FREE, plus a 20% discount on the kit and coordinating fabrics and immediate access to more than $300 worth of FREE fat quarter patterns.

Learn more and join here: https://shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/product/stashin-with-stephanie-2/

Zig Zag PDF pattern: https://shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/product/zig-zag-pdf-download/

Love Struck by Clea Broad for Paintbrush Studios: https://shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/product-category/fabric/paintbrush-studios/love-struck/?orderby=date

Zig Zag lap-sized quilt kit: https://shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/product/zig-zag-quilt-kit-lap-sized/

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