Free-Motion Mastery in a Month breaks down the process of learning free-motion quilting into individual skills. You learn each skill separately, then put them together for quilting success. There are 31 guided daily lessons. Each lesson contains three types of exercises: Tracing, Drawing and Quilting. Each exercise plays a different and important role in mastering free-motion quilting.
Because you're practicing the right things, the right way, in the right order, you really can learn to do free-motion quilting in as little as a month.
Watch this introductory video to see why Free-Motion Mastery in a Month will change your quilting forever!
Quilts on: Gammill Vision 18-8
I was a beginner in freehand quilting, and at the end of the journey I feel so much more comfortable. I have opened a Pandora's Box of endless possibilities. Now I will make my quilts my own creation that I'm proud to show off!
Quilts on: Grace Q’nique (hand guided)
When I bought my longarm I only intended to do pantographs. I proved to myself that I could do free motion quilting and have fun! In the two months since I finished FMM30 I have quilted four quilts using what I learned. Thanks!
Quilts on: Bernina 440 Quilters Edition
I used to look at my quilting magazines and feel intimidated by FMQ. Through FMM30 I learned to see the 6 Basic Shapes and quilt them. The barriers are down!
Quilts on:Bernina 1510
I have been a quilter for over 25 years but my skills at free-motion quilting were very weak. I am very pleased with the improvement in my own skills in such a short time. I’m excited to tackle my UFO’s instead of dreading them!
Quilts on: Janome Memorycraft and Bernina 770
Making the commitment to focus on free-motion quilting for a month increased my skills in a short time. The daily exercises helped make the connection between hands and brain, and I could feel it “clicking” at times when I was quilting.