Feather quilting designs

Enhance your quilt with beautiful feather quilting designs that add elegance and sophistication. Explore top ideas for creating a stunning quilt that showcases these intricate feather designs.
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Twin Track Method 2 This is my favourite method as there is hardly any back tracking (just a tiny bit along the spine between the lobes). If your feather has a double spine just go all the way round the spine first starting at the point where the first lobe touches the spine then when you have been all the way round, your needle will be in the right place to start stitching. If your screen is small, click on each illustration to bring it up larger. Another reason for liking this method best…

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Jarka
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Another week gone... Still working away on my Japanese Table runner, however had many distractions this week. As I am not working on any bigger project at the minute I have been free to just explore different things that tackle my fancy. We had the Australian Machine Quilting Show in town last weekend and I spent most of the afternoon there, coming home with a bag of goodies. Bought another book... 'Dream Feathers by Peggy Holt' and have been drawing feathers all week and practising FMQ in…

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Laurice Mitchell
I am trying to change up the way I stitch      out feather designs ...             The plumes on my feathers fit tightly together...  ... Quilting Feathers Free Motion, Feather Quilting Designs, Quilting Stitch Patterns, Long Arm Quilting Patterns, Feather Quilt, Free Motion Designs, Free Motion Quilting Patterns, Freemotion Quilting, Machine Quilting Patterns

I am trying to change up the way I stitch out feather designs... The plumes on my feathers fit tightly together... The plumes are stacked tightly against one another... The plumes fill up all available space... I love this look. The image below shows feathers on the same curvy vine that have been drawn out differently: The feather on the left has very tight fitting plumes. The feather on the right has open areas with loose plumes. I am making a concentrated effort to create feathers that…

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Terri Farr