So you have a Domestic Sewing Machine and would like to stitch designs without drawing them first or following stencils. We have the answer we like to refer to as Free Motion Quilting with training wheels. This includes Ruler Feet designed to use on Domestic Sewing Machines and a collection 300+ Template Designs.
It has become easy to have designs stitched without drawing or using stencils. Westalee Designs has an extensive range of templates to suit the Ruler Foot.
Join us Thursday April 20th at 11 am or Saturday, April 22nd at 11 am for a class and use the ruler foot yourself.
Color wheels are not just for artists anymore; they are used by all kinds of creative people working with color—florists and landscape designers, decorators and interior designers, graphic designers, filmmakers, and comic book artists. Did you know even quilters and sewists have been using a color wheel to help with fabric color choices? Even machine embroiderers can use a color wheel to help pick out thread colors for embroidery designs! If you haven’t tried using a color wheel before (or maybe never even heard of one) and would like to learn more about using this tool to help with selecting and coordinating fabrics, this is the series for you!
While I almost always label my quilts, this last year was so busy that I didn’t get to attaching information to everything. That got me thinking about the ways we label our quilts, and I wanted to try something a little different. This tutorial is how I used the built-in alphabets on my sewing machine to add text to the binding itself.