Free-motion Quilting Series: Four Designs to Take You Beyond the Basics! Day Four

It’s time for our fourth and final session of the WeAllSew Free-motion Quilting Series: Four Designs to Take You Beyond the Basics!

Squared Quilting Technique

I hope that you have found these posts informational and have found inspiration to give Free-motion quilting a try yourself. Our final design is called Squared, and it is just that—squares!

Squared Technique Sketch

Squared Technique Sketching Squared Technique Drawing

The three other designs we’ve shared all feature curves & loops, now it is time to try corners! Squared is made up of overlapping squares that twist and turn onto themselves. Be sure to pause a second with each corner as you change directions. This will help insure your squares have crisp, clean corners.

Squared Quilting Technique on fabric

 Share your Squared quilting using your BERNINA sewing machine on social media using #berninausa and #canoeridgecreations. We’d love to see it!

 Squared Quilting Design

And that’s a wrap! If you have any questions about free-motion quilting, please leave a comment below.

Happy Quilting!

Techniques: free-motion quilting, quilting

4 thoughts on “Free-motion Quilting Series: Four Designs to Take You Beyond the Basics! Day Four

  1. Thank you for this technique also. I love that you mentioning stopping at the corners to make sure they don’t become curves which could happen if I’m not paying attention. These FMQ lessons have been great and I’ve learned a lot. I’ve also learned to take my time and not get tense.

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