This is a recorded class. For a more interactive learning experience, join me in the Free-Motion Mastery in a Month Club where you'll enjoy weekly LIVE online classes with a fun and friendly group of quilting friends!!
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(This video class is included in various bundles with the Free-Motion Mastery book and tool kit. To see those options click here or select "Free-Motion Mastery" in the Categories list)
Ever since the Free-Motion Mastery in a Month book and tool kit came out, people have been asking me for a video class. I'm excited to say that it's here!
Working with one of the top producers of quilting videos (she's worked for Craftsy and iQuilt) I created this amazing class! It contains 30 individual mini-classes - one for each daily lesson - with demonstrations to show you exactly how to do each tracing and drawing exercise and how to quilt each pattern.
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It also contains 5 stand-alone lessons that you can refer back to at any time during the course. These will take you step-by-step through:
* How to select fabric, thread and batting
* What tools you'll need
* How to set up your sewing machine for free-motion quilting
* How to actually do free-motion quilting
Will I need to buy the book with the video?
No, but you might still want to so that you can carry it with you when you don't have access to your computer or tablet. You definitely WILL need the Master Trainer and other tools. Check out the "bundle" options to buy the video with the Tool Kit or the video with the Tool Kit and the Free-Motion Mastery in a Month book.
Will the DVD play on my computer?
If you're playing the DVD on a computer, you'll need some kind of media player installed on the computer. On some computers you may have to launch the media player program before you insert the disc. Windows 10 no longer includes a media player, so you may need to install a third-party application. VLC is a free media player that you can install. Here's a link to get it: https://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html
When we created the video we tested it on a lot of different media players (including VLC) and it worked on all the ones we tested.