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Pantograph and Free Motion on the Longarm Quilting Machine

Whenever pantograph quilting in mentioned, the question is usually raised, "What does that mean?"  Come and see!  Pantographs are continuous line patterns/designs.  Typically, they are used to create a repeated allover quilted pattern as the longarmer follows the pantograph pattern with a stylus that directs the longarm machine as it stitches. 

Free motion quilting is when a longarmer fully free-styles the quilting with the longarm machine.  The design motifs and quilting patterns are unlimited.  Come see how to do a few!

Willa Hensley, from London, KY, will be leading this detailed technique class.  She will share tips and insights based on her experience, demonstrate some of her favorite techniques and even give you an opportunity to do a bit of practicing of your own.

Bring a notebook and a pen/pencil to take notes on the wealth of information that will be given.  

Also, please bring your own lunch!  A refrigerator and microwave are available for your convenience.

Class size is quite limited due to the one-on-one hands-on nature of this class, so please register on this web page or at The Quilter's Trunk to reserve your special seat!


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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.
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