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Thread: Continuous Line Free Motion Quilt Stencil Patterns

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    thanks so much, new fun thing to do

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    Another member recently posted this handy link. The patterns are classical and attractive and they're free.

    http://www.forestquilting.com/freepatterns.html

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    Thank you Great sites
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    Great site ,thanks for sharing

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    Hi Aggi. have you looked at Leah Day's blog yet? She is posting hundreds of FMQ designs with videos to show you how to do them. I like her site because you don't have to mark your quilt, just practice a design a bit and then go for it. She has lots of great ideas about FMQ besides the designs. Hope you give her a try! I'm really not related to her or anything, just love her information http://freemotionquilting.blogspot.c...tart-here.html

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    Help! I found the stencils as well and they are beautiful, but now I have another problem. I set my quilting machine to all the settings my manual tells me and what other ladies have told me to do. Check tensions, threads, bobbin winding, change to new needle, but when I try to do free motion quilting with my darning foot, I can't slide the fabric without fighting it and my machine ends up across the table from me, with me pushing so hard. I have come along ways but it has been strictly machine quilting, not free hand. Help?

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    I also have found the beautiful stencils...I am very new to FM and don't understand how to get the stencil on the fabric....do I mark it with a marker...or print it and and sew over it....

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    I'm at my wits end ....I have a flannel quilt finished and am wanting to FMQ it....I want us a stencils but chalk hasn't worked and the fabric is too dark for any marker....how do I get the stencil on the quilt...

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    You could try a white pencil, but you could also draw the stencil onto regular paper, enough times to cover whatever area you intend to FMQ. If you will be using an allowed pattern on the top, fill the entire page if you like. Get a stack of very thin paper. Go to the sewing machine and, using an unthreaded large topstitch needle, with a small stitch, sew through all the layers. The holes will function as a pattern for you.
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    Then what do I do with the paper,,,keep it on the fabric and sew that way?

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