I haven't done any FMQ since the weekend, so I thought that I would just re-post the project inspired by my trip to the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. The link to the post is in the Related links below.
|Dark and light thread drawing to create the lines|
by Ron Martin
|The addition of gauze and tulle|
A FMQ Inspiring Idea
One of the blogs I follow is Third Floor Quilts. Teresa Duryea Wong is very knowledgeable about Japanese quilts and fabrics. She is a great quilter and author of three books. Her post on February 6, 2019, was How to lift weight of large quilt while free motion quilting. She has graciously allowed me to include a couple of photos in this post.
Essentially Teresa installed a portable photography stand behind her sewing machine to help her lift the weight of the quilt while she FMQ. You can read her post - the link is in Related links below.
|Suspending a large quilt to FMQ|
|with the use of a portable photography stand|
- Travel, Art and a DrEAMi! February 24, 2019
- Third Floor Quilts - How to lift weight of large quilt while free motion quilting, February 6, 2019
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|Mediterranean Rose Quilt. by Susan of Quilt Fabrication|
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