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1876 W El Norte Pkwy
Escondido, CA, 92026
United States

(760) 747-4444

Annie's Quilting Den is a quilting store that offers a wide selection of modern, contemporary fabrics, individually selected to provide an exceptional pallet of textures and colors.  We provide a regular series of classes to help beginners get started and intermediate quilters build new skills.  We also offer specialty classes for more experienced artists; and many classes, just for fun.  If you run into problems with a quilt, just stop by and we will provided one-on-one mentoring that you need to move on and complete your quilt.  We can also show you tools and machine ideas that will save you time.

Free Motion Quilting

Add another dimension to your quilting and express your creativity.

Free Motion Quilting 

Class Fee: $45.00, includes kit

Instructor: Roz Heller

Learn how to finish your quilt on your own machine. Your teacher, Roz Heller, is an accomplished free motion quilter with great ideas. This is a hands-on class.  There is time for lots of practice and exploring different approached and  ideas. Your sewing machine should be in good working order and capable of free motion quilting  We will be happy to help you with your machine before class.  To complete the class, your machine should have a darning, free motion, hopping foot and the feed dogs must drop.

This is a hands-on class beginning at the beginning, with lots of practice and lots of ideas and resources. Your sewing machine must be in good working order and capable of free motion quilting.  Most importantly, the feed dogs on the machine must drop down. A darning (free motion, hopping) foot is required for your machine.  Contact us for help with checking and setting up your machine before you take the class. 

 

Free-motion quilting is gaining popularity among quilters.  However, it is a more advanced technique that artistically allows the fabric to move freely through the machine. It's really not for beginners. You need a good machine and a fair bit of experience in hand and machine quilting to develop the control needed to do a good job. Once you get there, free-motion quilting can be extremely rewarding and gives you another dimension to express your creativity.