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Bernina setup for ruler quilting

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Bernina setup for ruler quilting

For quilting on the sewing machine, it is necessary to prepare it. Since it is usually the machine that directs the movement and in “free” quilting, it is we who are in control of the action.Prepare the configurationOn the BERNINA machine, you can customize the functions to make quilting easier and focus on what matters, your quilt.   Let's look at this screen video on my BERNINA790 and follow the instructions. Place the foot number #72 Set the speed delimiter to maximum Place the plate in a single hole. Lowering the drag teeth Needle stop down Stop Floating Foot Program...

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FREE Quilt Pattern

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FREE Quilt Pattern

Hello Quilter, Download this FREE quilt pattern and Yes! I created the Vintage Quilt Pattern for you to practice your patchwork and free-motions quilting skills. It´s made of small pieces of vintage soft colors fabrics and a lot of love. Supplies for the Vintage Quilt You will need: • 9” each of seven different “Vintage Style” fabrics • ½ yd. for borders • 2 yds. for backing • 2 yds. batting • Coordinating embroidery thread (used in needle and wound on bobbin) • Straight rulers • Ruler foot for your domestic sewing machine • Free motion foot or the Straight Stitch in...

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Transferring designs onto the fabric

Posted by Alfonsina Uriburu on

Transferring designs onto the fabric
Tracing, if your fabric is fairly thin, you can transfer the designs directly onto the fabric using a light source such as a light box or window, marking the lines with a chalk-based marking pencil or water-soluble transfer pen or pencil.

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