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Free Continuous Line Quilting Patterns

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Would you enjoy having more free continuous line quilting patterns?

We thought so.  That’s why we are giving you another one on this page.  We’ll even show you how to use them.

There are more repetitive designs that you can find on our site.  Just do a search for line patterns.

We show you how to use all of these patterns on each page that has them.

This page you will find a new design, and how to use it.

The Quilting Patterns

This is what our butterfly line pattern looks like.  Feel free to use it as often as you desire.

The How 

How do you use this design?

Stay with us as we answer that question. 

First thing first.  The image that you want to use needs to be in a physical form.  The best way to do that is by saving it to your computer and printing the design out. 

You can save it to your computer by right clicking on the picture.

From there a stencil can be made.  We show you how to make your own stencils on this page.

When the stencil of the pattern you want is in your hand, place it onto your quilt top in the areas you wish your quilting stitches to be.  For instance, on the boarders or all over the quilt top.

Mark the pattern, using the stencil with your marking favorite utensil.  This could be fabric markers, a pencil, or our favorite the chalk pounce.

The chalk pounce is easy and efficient.  Just rub over the stencil and your guide is transferred onto the fabric.  Joann Fabrics usually has them in stock, as well as the refills. 

Think Oreo.

If you are hand quilting, be sure to have your quilting cookie ready before marking your guide.  It’s also best to just mark one section at a time to keep the visual vibrancy of the guide.

When machine quilting, mark more of the guide at one time.  For instance if you are doing a twin size quilt, feel free to use your stencil on the whole top at once and just stitch away. 

If you are doing a king size quilt though, mark out one strip about a foot wide of the quilt at a time.  This is so you don’t have to constantly manipulate all of that material.  Odds are your guide would rub off or get lost in the shuffle.  This is especially true for when a home sewing machine is being used.

All that is left to do is quilting with your stitches along the lines of your quilting guide.  Then finish with the binding process and adding your label.

Voilà, your gorgeous masterpiece has been completed!

Wrap Up

Free continuous line quilting patterns are fun to work with and breathe life into your work of art.  Enjoy!

Until next time.

Happy quilting,

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