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Free Motion Quilting Resource + Giveaway

By December 7, 2020Blog

I’m always on the look out for a good free motion quilting resource. It is a skill I would like to improve. While my skills are improving, there is a lot of room to grow.

So imagine my delight when I found out about HollyAnn. I was on my morning walk, listening to Amy Porterfield’s podcast. When she mentioned a young quilter who was rocking it with her new digital course. Of course I had to check her out! Not only was she a fellow quilter but she was doing something that I want to learn how to do. And she was doing it well. So I reached out to her.

Isn’t she adorable? She is also bubbly, and full of knowledge. I have to admit I love the fact that she is the same age as my sons. Plus she reminds me of the young women I have worked with at my church. It gave me an instant connection. I’ve already learned a lot from her. I look forward to learning so much more.

Would you like to learn from her also? Of course you do! Sign up for her FMQ tips and/or join her Facebook page. And definitely get on the wait list for her upcoming FMQ Academy. She is a wealth of knowledge. So make sure you check her out. You may even want to try her FMQ course. And become a Quilting Rockstar

Now for the giveaway portion of this little post. I created Lotus Flower after enjoying a month with our Chinese foreign exchange student. It was so fun to learn from her as she partook of our culture. Bonus is she enjoyed cooking for us. Her father owned a restaurant in China. His cooking skills must have rubbed off on her. She made some pretty amazing food! Anyway this quilt was inspired by her. I used my easy method to make the lotus flowers. I left a lot of open space so I could practice my FMQ.

Find more quilts with this block here

Would you like to make one? Now that I’ve hooked you up with an awesome free motion quilting resource. You’ll be able to gain the skills to fill in all that free space with amazing quilting. Leave a comment telling me what your favorite quilting motif is to receive a chance at a copy of the magazine with this pattern in it. Good luck!

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