Today’s post is part of a series called Free Motion Quilting. Find all posts in this series here.
This series assumes you are already know how to free motion quilt, but are just interested in learning about different designs. If you are brand new to FMQ and need to learn the basics, consider tackling this quilting technique first.
The machine I’m using is a Bernina q20 sit-down longarm machine. This machine works just like a domestic machine except there is much more space available and it’s easier to maneuver larger projects.
If you’ve never free motion quilted before, brush up on some basic skills first with this video.
If you are looking for some of my other FMQ videos, you’ll find them here.
What we are quilting
I’m quilting my Bohippian quilt. You can find the Bohippian quilt pattern here.
Today, I’m going to show you how to quilt:
- Running Feathers
- Gloves – Machingers.
- I’m using Polylite in Ecru for my top and Microquilter in silver for my bobbin thread.
- You don’t need a fancy machine to free motion quilt, you just need one that has a feed dog that lowers (check your manual).
- I am quilting on a Bernina Q20 machine.
- I’ve spray basted if you are wondering why there are not any pins. Here’s the spray I use.