January 15th will be a virtual class. April 15th will be in person.
The walking foot does far more than stitching in the ditch! Walking foot quilting can be an easy and attractive way to quilt your own quilts and other projects such as runners and totes. You can get excellent results, you stay in control of the quilting process, and the learning curve is short.
In this class, you will learn creative ways to use your walking foot for quilting. The class will include straight-line quilting, stitching in the ditch, how to stitch straight lines without marking your quilt, quilting with curved lines, spiral quilting, quilting with special stitches on your machine, and quilting curved designs that are stitched using easy-to-make templates.
Since the way that you prepare for quilting makes a difference in the results, the class also covers needles, thread, batting, marking and basting your quilt, and setting up your machine.
You will need a sewing machine with a walking foot, dual feed or an even feed foot for this class. Click here for the Walk the Walk supply list
|Skill Level: ||Beginner|
|Skill Details: ||Any skill level is welcome in this class. |
|Requirements: ||Basic familiarity with your sewing machine|
|Instructor: ||Carol Wilhoit|