Quilting with your Walking Foot - Part I of the Walk Book - Beaver Dam

Friday May 13, 9:30 - 3:30 in Beaver Dam
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  • Most quilters think of their walking foot as a tool to 'stitch in the ditch'.  Numerous quilting designs are achievable with this great attachment that provides a quilter with a comfortable level of control and success.  Current quilting designs make use of straight lines, as well as slightly curved lines, to produce grids and patterns that provide interesting texture to your quilts.  You will learn how to make the most out of your walking foot while trying out different techniques and patterns.  Jacquie Gering’s book WALK is required for the class.  If you have not done much quilting with your walking foot, Cindy recommends taking the “Basics of Machine Quilting" with the Walking Foot” class before taking either Walking Foot Class, Part 1 or Part 2.