It’s time to learn how to mark a quilt and the benefits of doing so! Sherri Driver gives you different methods to get exact repeats and shapes for marking your quilt. She suggests getting line designs from different books, packets, and stencils. Also, get a sneak peak at the marking tools Sherri recommends such as a chalk marker, a pen, and pounce.
Enjoy this free video on how to mark a quilt and the benefits of marking a quilt when machine quilting!
For more helpful tips regarding quilting tools, check out this video on Quilting Tools you Can’t Live Without today.
Thanks for the video it gave me some great tips. I’m interested in that thick pink marker. Could I get some more information on it. Couldn’t find it with a general google search.
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Enjoyed watching the video. When you stitched the pattern onto the paper I noticed that the stitching was sometimes going sideways. Had you dropped the feed dogs?
Hi, Sue! Yes, the feed dogs appear to be down. The feed dogs should always be down when free motion quilting; it allows you to move the fabric as needed with out pull from the feed dogs.