Machine Quilting Patterns

“Beautiful Easy Quilting”

We have several machine quilting patterns available for free on this site.  There is a list below of what is already accessible to you.

You can never have too many though and that’s why we’ll give you another one right here.

We’ll walk you through how to use it and guide you through the stitching process.

The List

The following is a list of quilting patterns that are already available on this site.

  • Continuous Line Quilting Patterns
  • Baby Feet Quilting Pattern
  • Doves with Heart Pattern
  • Fancy Line Quilting Patterns
  • Elephant Line Quilting
  • Rose Line Quilting Pattern
  • Dragonfly Line Quilting Pattern
  • Hummingbird Line Quilting Pattern

To find any of these pattern guides, use our search feature for quick and easy access.  Remember to visit often because we’re adding more all the time. J

The New Pattern

This is a continuous line quilting pattern.  All of it may be used, or just the flower that you like.  It’s really up to you and your personal preference.

Now read on to see how to use it.

The How To

First off, in order for you to use this pattern you will need to print it out.  This can be done by saving the image to your computer.  Then all you need to do is print it.

Once you have the pattern in your hands it’s time to make your stencil.

Learn how to make your own stencil template by reading this page.

When the template is finished it’s time to transfer the guide to your quilt top.  You can use which ever method you prefer for this.

Some people like fabric pens, pencils, and such.  Others, like us, prefer the quilt pounce.

Think Oreo.

Use the technique that you feel comfortable with and make your quilting cookie.

Now bring out your home quilting/sewing machine.  Test out the stitches on scrap fabric before placing your quilt under the needle.

When the spacing and tension of the stitches are to your liking, then it is time to get stitchin’.

Lower your feed dogs. Roll up your basted sandwich and get it under the needle.  Follow the pattern guide as closely as you can.  Start out with the slowest speed.  Gradually go faster as you get more comfortable with the movement.

This is the best way to start a machine quilting project.

Before you know it you’ll be in a wonderful groove and time will fly by.  Just remember to unroll the sections as you come to them.

In a blink of an eye the project will be complete.

Wrap Up

Machine quilting patterns can be an excellent way to add texture and movement to your final quilt.  They are also a way to complete your work fast.  Have fun with it and enjoy!

Until next time.

Happy quilting,

 

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