Friday, February 19, 2010

Quilting Feather Circle Video



So, here is a quilting video for you! I didn't smile once, but really it was just because of nerves! I hope this is helpful as you make your feather circles! Let me know what you think!

Okay- I used a blue water pen on this customer quilt. I haven't had any trouble with the pens, I have always been able to get the blue pen out, even if I have had to spray twice and rub it with a clean cloth. Just wanted to make that clear.

26 comments:

Crystal Hendrix said...

Thanks for that video! I have become fasinated (sp) with long arm quilting and one day I will own one so I can do it, and I will have your wonderful tutorials to look back on!

Jackie Russell said...

Great video! I'm always nervous about using the blue pens on customers quilts.

Quilt Hollow said...

Fantastic video! I'd love to see more of this sort of thing on your blog for sure! Are you nervous about using blue pen on customer's quilts? I know you used the blue spray bottle but I've heard horror stories about it coming back through batting later. Thanks for sharing!

PattyBYoung said...

I LOVE your blog...I love your quilting, videos, anything you post! Thank you!

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

Wonderful video! I've always wondered how those feather circles were made. Thank you so much.

Jan Hatchett said...

Great video! You do such awesome work!!!

Beth said...

Jude,
your so stink'n cute and talented. Even though we don't get to see eachother much any more, I still feel very close to you! I love you and I'm glad to see your wonderful talent shining through!!

Cara said...

Thanks for the video! I loved seeing how you LA's make such beautiful work.

ellsworth family said...

Very Cool!

esquiltingpassion said...

Hi Judi,
Thanks for your video, my wish list for some day to have a long arm.
I hope we get to see the finished quilt.
Elaine

tango's trash & treasures said...

Awesome!! You make it look so easy!
Thank you for sharing

Annelies Dease said...

I always use the blue washout marker...and after MANY years machine quilting, I have found nothing that works as well. Great video.

Sherry said...

Love your video. I love seeing what your doing and how your doing it. I can learn so much from you. Thank you so very much for all the great information you hive to us.

bingo~bonnie said...

ooooogh, so this is what it might be like to be a fly on the wall of your quilt room ;) Thanks for the video! Loved watching you work and talk your way thru it!!! I hope you will share more of these in coming months. ;)

I just started recently on my DSM and wow - I have a whole new appreciation for longarmers! ;)

Happy Weekend & Love from Texas! ~bonine

Maggey and Jim said...

Love the videos, and you do that so well. I do little machine quilting and know how hard it is.. Beautiful work..
Maggey

kimbuktu said...

That was so much fun to watch, and your work is exquisite.

Dotty Jane said...

Thanks for sharing the video! It's fun to see the process.

Vicki

Sheri said...

Great video! Thanks.

Cindy said...

Judi, you are simply amazing. Thank you for this terrific video. You're teaching me and I thank you for that.

Barb said...

I believe that I could sit and watch you quilt all day. now my problem is....when you go back over a stitch...how do you get it exact? I have problems with that....your foot much be open to where you can see and you have a good eye?

Crazy Creek Creations said...

Thanks for the great video Judi - you did a great job. I always wondered about the blue pen and was afraid to use it in case it didn't come out.

Gail said...

Thank you for the video, it ALWAYS helps to see how someone else does things.

Sheri said...

This is a great video, it really clarified some things for me about circles and feathers. What set up do you have and do you have a stitch regulator?

SoozeM said...

Thanks for the video, that was great, I am going to get my templates out tomorrow and have a play :)

angela beagle said...

You are awesome! Thank you for the video.

Theresa Johnson said...

love your site. your quilting is beautful