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Are you having problems with your hands crapping up or fingertip pain while hand quilting?
Read this page about pain free hand quilting. This technique is truly valuable for those who love to quilt by hand, but are tired of the pain.
Do you get fatigued easily while quilting?
Most of us get “into the zone” when quilting. It makes us forget to take breaks. We’ve all been to the point that we wonder how that much time could pass us by without us realizing it.
If this happens to you, put an egg timer on for every 30 minutes to an hour every time that you start to quilt. When the timer goes off, it’s time to stretch and walk around.
Do the dishes or start a load of laundry during this time. Before you know it you have multitasked and fought off the fatigue before it happens.
Is back and neck pain a pain in the …?
Make sure you are not hunching over as you quilt. Proper lighting, correct hoop size, and perhaps a quilting stand will help.
Having a problem threading your needle?
Refer to your owner’s manual and have proper lighting. High quality thread also helps. It doesn’t unravel as easily as low quality thread, which makes it easier to thread a needle instead of catching on it.
Is free motion quilting a bear?
Practice on a small quilting square until you get the feel of which way you like to move the materials. Some people prefer to move towards their self, while others prefer to move away.
Stitching around applique curves causing stress?
Try going slower, having some patience, and practice.
For more tips on stitching around circle edges visit this page?
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