I am hoping some wise, experience quilter can give me tips and/or advice on free motion quilting. I have never done it and want to take a shot at it. I found the darning foot and have it on the machine. I taped my teflon pressing sheet to the machine to reduce drag. Lowered the feed dogs and starting sewing. Is that all there is to it? How do you make the stitches uniform? I don't have a 100 years or so to practice so if there are tricks or advice anyone can give me, please jump in. This baby quilt will be about 45" square. The center piece is all one piece and has 16 butterflies appliqued to it. This is the first time I didn't start with blocks and my first shot at this type of quilting. I want to fill in the area between the butterflies but I also want it to look as good as just doing echo quilting which is what I may end up doing if I can't get the hang of the other kind.