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Walk All the Way Around the Block

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.
Learn many creative ways to use your walking foot for quilting, including straight line quilting, stitching in the ditch, stitching short straight lines without marking, quilting curved lines, circular spiral quilting, quilting with special stitches, quilting curved designs using freezer paper templates, joining lines of stitching invisibly, matchstick quilting, radiating lines, square spirals, echoed curves, using freezer paper to get the border design just right and using your piecing design to quilt grid designs with little or no marking.
Since the way that you prepare for quilting makes a difference in the results, the class also covers needles, thread, batting, basting your quilt, and setting up your machine.

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Skill Level: Beginner
Skill Details: Basic familiarity with the sewing machine
Instructor: Carol Wilhoit

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