What do you get when you combine free-motion stitching with rulers? A beautiful style of quilting made up of precisely shaped patterns designed to fit the space you are quilting. Straight and curved rulers are used in a variety of ways to form patterns such as diamonds, bricks and piano keys as well as clam shells, spirographs, and scalloped motifs. Originally a longarm technique, you can now do rulerwork quilting on your home sewing machine. The ruler is placed against the presser foot and the foot follows the edge as the needle stitches. The ruler is then repositioned, so the stitches form the desired patterns.
Sound complicated? Join us for an introductory class
Bring a quilt sandwich (spray basted)
Fabric, batting, Fabric
36x36 Light color solid (or read as a solid)
Bright colored 40 weight thread
extension table will be helpful