2706: Easy Edge-to-Edge Machine Quilting Designs (Easy Edge-to-Edge Quilting)

Episode 2706 Description and Preview

One style of machine quilting is labeled “edge-to-edge.” This refers to an overall pattern that begins along one outer edge of the quilt and proceeds in an even manner across the quilt to the opposite edge. Patrick Lose and his guest, Angela Huffman, delve into aids that can assist us in creating these quick, yet useful designs to complete our quilts. Machine quilting designs can be simple with the right guidance!

Featured Technique: Easy Edge-to-Edge Machine Quilting Designs

Angela Huffman has been a featured guest in numerous quilting publications and is a regular guest on the Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting television program. Angela enjoys computerized, as well as, free motion longarm quilting and has designed numerous digital motifs. A former nominee for Machine Quilter Teacher of the Year, Angela has many video tutorials on both free motion and computerized skills available on YouTube and DVD. Take a look at  the Fons & Porter blog, Tip Tuesday: How to Free Motion Quilt with Angela Huffman, to get more information on free motion quilting.

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