Machine Quilting | LIVE Tutorial with Colleen Tauke Sponsored by The Grace Company

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Join Colleen Tauke for a fun quilting tutorial using the Grace Company Cutie Frame. Quilting the quilt is a very common discussion among quilters. Whether you are a seasoned quilter or new to the world of quilting, let’s cover some of the basics and get everyone ready to finish those UFO’s (unfinished objects) we have kicking around our studios. Colleen will discuss thread selection, tension issues and she will stitch a variety of patterns you may want to add to your quilting repertoire. Click here to download the 12 FREE Edge-to-Edge Quilting Designs!

This LIVE event is brought to you by The Grace Company.

The Cutie Tabletop Fabric Frame allows you to quilt, sew, and stitch to your heart’s content in a much easier way, managing your fabric for you so you can enjoy the process more. This frame fits on top of a table or desk and is compatible with most sewing machines.

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7 Responses to “Machine Quilting | LIVE Tutorial with Colleen Tauke Sponsored by The Grace Company”

  1. Joyce Donaldson
    Joyce Donaldson

    How big an area can you quilt at a time with this frame? Before you have to reclamp the quilt

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  2. Geraldine Duval
    Geraldine Duval

    Geraldine from Mattice, Ontario Canada « how thick can the clips hold »

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  3. Debra
    Debra

    I’d like to see how the quilt top is actually moved down/rolled up once you’ve finished quilting in the current area. Specifically, in E2E, how do you line up you pattern to continue?

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  4. Debra
    Debra

    I’d like to see how the quilt top is actually moved down/rolled up once you’ve finished quilting in the current area. Specifically, in E2E, how do you line up you pattern to continue into the next section?

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  5. ANNEMARIE
    ANNEMARIE

    I am assuming since you are working in about a 5 inch length that stitching in the ditch is not a feasible option?

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