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Starry Eyed Surprise Free Motion Design

Starry Eyed Surprise Free Motion Design This Starry Eyed Surprise Free Motion Design is easy peasy fun. The great thing about a beginner free motion quilt pattern is that you can experiment with your free motion technique to see what works for you. This classic 5-pointed star is so simple to stitch up that you'll want to cover all your quilts with these basic stars. The straight lines in this free motion design make this quilt project extremely straightforward. Overlap your stars for an even more whimsical look. This free motion design is absolutely ideal for any baby or kid's quilt. It will remind any young one of nighttime and instantly put them to sleep.

 

17 Free Quilting Designs for Machine Quilting

15 Free Quilting Designs for Machine Quilting When it comes to quilting your quilt, there are other options besides straight line quilting or sending your quilt to a professional longarm quilter. Get creative with one of these 17 Free Quilting Designs for Machine Quilting. You'll be surprised to see what beautiful designs you can achieve with free motion quilting on your home sewing machine. Here are just a few of the many gorgeous free patterns available on our website.

 

Shining Star Free Motion Design

Shining Star Free Motion Design Looking for the easiest ever free motion quilting pattern? This Shining Star Free Motion Design will answer your prayers. The great thing about this pattern is that it only requires sewing in straight lines. Use this free motion embroidery on your latest quilt block to give it extra dimension. We think that this free motion design will look great on any winter-themed projects, as it reminds us of the star on top of a Christmas tree. If you're looking for a simple free motion quilting project, then this free tutorial will definitely suit you. Just get started!

 

Japanese Sashiko Shell Free Motion Design

Japanese Sashiko Shell Free Motion Design Looking for an Asian-inspired look? Try out this Japanese Sashiko Shell Free Motion Design. This is a gorgeous free motion pattern because it is clean and elegant. The cool thing about sashiko stitches is that they're meant to be seen! Use a sharply contrasting colored thread to show off your perfect free motion quilting skills. While this sashiko design is less dense than a traditional Japanese pattern, you can still achieve the same look with this beginner free motion pattern. It's up to you if you want to keep the shape consistent or inconsistent. Challenge yourself with this pattern, if you're going for a crisp and sophisticated look, go for consistency.

 

Tear Drop Free Motion Design

Tear Drop Free Motion Design You'll cry for joy with this Tear Drop Free Motion Design. The tear drop shape is so easy to sew that you'll be able to free motion an entire quilt in no time. This free motion pattern reminds us of water, so you might want to use it on one of your nautical quilts. If not, this free motion embroidery will look stunning on any project that you have in mind. For a fun idea, make quilt blocks with this adorable design on top. You will have a wonderfully textured quilt by the end. Everyone will think you bought your quilt at a fancy boutique.

 

Light As a Feather Free Motion Design

Light As a Feather Free Motion Design Learn how to free motion quilt with this Light As a Feather Free Motion Design. This quilting feathers tutorial will guide you through the process of machine embroidery in no time at all. The video contained in this free quilting project is excellent because it explains free motion quilting with necessary detail. If you're just learning the free motion technique, then practice on a scrap piece of fabric. Once you've mastered feathers, move on to a more complicated free motion design. Leah Day offers tons of great free motion projects!

 

Dapper Daisy Free Motion Design

Dapper Daisy Free Motion Design Hoping to try free motion quilting flowers on your next quilt? This Dapper Daisy Free Motion Design is a great and basic free motion pattern to try out tonight. The fantastic thing about a free motion quilting pattern like this one is that it's not too involved. Use dressmaker's chalk to sketch out the flower on your quilt or quilt block before you stitch it down. The amazing thing about dressmaker's chalk is that it washes right out, so you don't have to worry about the chalk staining your beloved project. This flower quilt pattern is so cheery and bright that you'll want to use it on all of your spring and summer quilt projects!

 

Crazy Hearts Free Motion Design

Crazy Hearts Free Motion Design Hold on to your hat. This Crazy Hearts Free Motion Design will blow you away. This free motion quilting tutorial will show you how to make a heart-shaped wonderland on top of any of your quilts. This free motion pattern would look great on any DIY table topper, DIY wall hanging, or DIY bed quilt for Valentine's Day. Alternately, you can use this free motion design on a quilt for your loved one for an anniversary quilt. The possibilities are endless with this drop-dead gorgeous design. You'll thank us for your happy heart.

 

Super Swirly Free Motion Design

Super Swirly Free Motion Design This Super Swirly Free Motion Design will give your next quilt a gorgeous, beachy, and effortless vibe. The great thing about this tutorial is that it teaches you basic free motion skills through a simple swirl, or spiral, design. Spirals can be complicated to sew, though, so this tutorial has a free video included within it that will explain it all. Swirls are a great way to add texture to any quilt, whether it's for your own personal use or for a gift. Take your quilting to the next level by starting, or mastering, free motion quilting.

 

Spiral Chain Free Motion Design

Spiral Chain Free Motion Design Add dimension to your favorite quilt with this Spiral Chain Free Motion Design. Free motion quilting is a great way to make your quilts pop. If you want to know how to free motion quilt a spiral pattern, then this is your go-to tutorial. For free, you'll learn how to make a spiral chain effortlessly. Make spiral chains of different sizes on your quilt to give it even more texture. If you use a contrasting thread color, your swirls will stand out even more. Display your newly embroidered quilt in the front room. No one will believe that you sewed it yourself!

 

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