Even the most intricate free-motion machine quilting is built from only a few shapes. Bring your basted quilt to class and go home with a block by block sampler of machine quilting designs. Free-motion quilting can be overwhelming because quilters look at the entire quilt and think “I could never!” Learn to divide designs into small bits, simply and easily define your quilting area, and decide what to quilt where. Bring your basted quilt to class and learn to successfully quilt your entire quilt one shape at a time. One-time registration fee is required.
Friday, September 13, 2019
A seamstress from her youth, Debby transitioned into quilting while expecting her first child. Thirty years and thousands of quilts later, she is an award-winning quilter who has published quilts, patterns, articles and columns in major quilting magazines, and authored 2 books. She teaches at national and international quilting shows, has filmed HQ Sweet Sixteen? instructional DVDs and has taught multiple machine quilting classes on Craftsy.
Since Debby?s relationship with Handi Quilter began a decade ago, she has owned almost every machine produced by Handi Quilter. She currently quilts using the HQ Sweet Sixteen?, the HQ Simply Sixteen?, the HQ Fusion? with Pro-Stitcher? and the entire family of HQ Stitch? machines. Debby is obsessed with the precision of ruler quilting on domestic, sit-down and longarm machines and spices up those lines with whimsical free-motion quilting that appeals to quilters of all skill levels.
When not traveling to spread her fun brand of quilting, Debby creates in her studio in New York?s beautiful Hudson Valley. Debby and her husband enjoy plotting how best to spoil their grandchildren.