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Thread: FMQ....I don't think its for me.

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    I learned from Leah Day. It's a free web site. Just go slow and don't stress. If you cross over something it's ok. Believe me, it is just practice, practice, practice. I do us Machingers Gloves as I can control it better. Make a few doll quilts to practice on. Don't stress yourself.

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    Here is a great site with lots of ideas for walking foot quilting. I love using wavy curves and I've tried several others with good results.

    http://blog.petitdesignco.com/2012/1...-quilting.html

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    I'm the exact same way. To chicken I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndiR View Post
    Get yourself a MagnaDoodle (child's drawing toy) or a whiteboard with erasable markers

    Andi
    Thank you for that! I've been trying to learn FMQ and using a whiteboard over and over while watching tv got me over a huge hurdle. Thanks a bunch!

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