Curious Where to get started with your New Dream Big panel? How will I quilt this beautiful fabric?
Well I hope you’ll join in on the fun and learn 9 different free motion design combinations for the petals to mix and match on your quilt top, course includes Materials list, complete video instruction from beginning to end, PDF worksheets and downloads, and jam packed with free motion information to use on any FMQ project.
See description below for materials list.
What We will Achieve: We will work with The Dream Big Digitally Printed Panel, and utilize the marked shapes of the petals to create a whole cloth floral Mandala design from the center out with various thread colors and motifs.
Required for Participation:
✓ Dream Big Panel 42×42”
✓ Backing fabric 6” bigger all around than your 42×42” panel at
54×54”, even for sitdown quilters, extra fabric on the edges will
help with holding while quilting
✓ Batting 52”x52”
✓ Sewing machine sitdown or stand up
✓ Coordinating thread top and bobbin
✓ Thread snips
✓ Straight Quilting Pins (Longarm machine)
✓ Basting quilting safety pins for sitdown (if you aren’t spray basting)
✓ Marking tool
– light fabric use blue water-soluble or purple air/water soluble
-Dark Fabric use a white chalk marking pencil/roller/ or pounce pad
o Radiating Lines- 7* Marking Stencil
o worksheet packet (downloadable for printing once purchased)
o Quilting gloves for sitdown quilters
o Basting spray or Quilting pins to baste
o Quilting size straight pins for LA quilters (you’ll see why when we
o Plexiglass or sheet protector with an expo marker
o Mini Post it notes and or paper scraps to label petals
➢ Straight Edge Ruler for free motion quilting with 1’ markings
➢ Curved Ruler QP #10/#12/#15 (or any 1/4” thick acrylic quilting curved ruler these sizes will work on the medium to large petals you can use a BFF or #8 on the small petals, curves rule!!!)
➢ Border Fabric (6” finished for bonus video) If you do a border Please make sure your backing fabric and batting sizes are bigger than your quilt top all the way around I recommend 4-6” bigger than your quilt top )