The Free-Motion Mastery in a Month system draws on my 25 years experience as a piano teacher to bring you the simplest, most effective method ever for learning or improving free-motion quilting skills.
The FMM30 system combines four teaching elements: Movement, Tracing, Drawing and Quilting.
Begin with Quilting Yoga, then trace designs with the Master Trainer and Tracing Sheets to build muscle memory before you go to the sewing machine. Next, draw the same designs in a sketchbook to train your "mental map". Finally, quilt one block a day to bring together all these skills for successful quilting in record time!
The video class includes 30 units -- one for each daily lesson -- showing you exactly how to do each exercise and quilt each pattern. Five additional lessons show you how to set up your sewing machine, select fabric, and more. Over 7 hours of instruction are included, and downloads provide the written materials for the class. This bundle also includes the Free-Motion Mastery book.
Learn more about how Free-Motion Mastery in a Month works!
The Deluxe Bundle (DVD format) contains:
Free-Motion Mastery in a Month Book (2nd edition)
- Compete FMM30 Video Class (includes both DVD and streaming formats)
- Quilting Yoga videos (see page 42 for access instructions)
- FMM30 Tool Kit, which includes
- Master Trainer 4-in-1 Tool
- 10 Laminated Tracing Sheets (double-sided)
- Dry erase white board
- Dry-erase marker
- Erasing cloth
- 4 Gripper pads
- Zippered, reusable tote bag
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 than 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. However, formats and programs are constantly changing, so you may need to update your software.
A note about DVD Players
As you know, technology keeps moving forward. You may need to upgrade to a newer DVD player in order to play the DVD.