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Free-Motion Framework Machine Quilting Skill Builder Book | Wholecloth book | Jen Eskridge | C&T Publishing




Free Motion Framework by Jen Eskridge published by C&T Publishing

Hi All!! and welcome to my blog and the last day of the Free Motion Framework Bloghop.  Back in 2016 I was invited to share in Jen's journey in her book creation and I am so glad to have participated.  Free Motion Framework is an excellent way to create wonderful wholecloth quilts and sharpen quilting skills.

Want to take a peek inside the book?!!!! Just follow the link, it's pretty amazing! 

Free Motion Framework by Jen Eskridge

Jen breaks down the entire process with her linear designs, in-depth instruction and guidance on how to transfer the design to your cloth and gives plenty of examples and skill builders on quilting.  Each of her 10 quilt designs takes on an entirely different look when quilted.  As you can see, she had 17 quilters each of them putting their own mark on her quilt designs and you can do this too!

Here are my creations from 2 of her linear designs;






Jen is also having a great give away....
Stop by each blog this week for a possible chance to win a copy of Free-Motion Framework. (International winners, outside the USA, will receive a digital copy.)

Monday | June 4

Tuesday | June 5

Thursday | June 7

Friday | June 8

To be considered for one of the following gifts from the sponsors, leave a comment sharing what area of machine quilting you’d most like to improve. Winners will be randomly selected and notified by email.
The prize portion of the tour will close at 5pm central time, June 18th and winners will be announced June 19th,on ReannaLily Designs Blog. Thank you so much for joining the Blog Tour.

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  1. Getting it done! I just need to SCHEDULE time to just DO IT!

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    1. I hear ya Melody, time is slippery! Stay with it and shoot me a pic when your finished!

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  2. I probably need to improve every thing but I am concentrating on ruler work and feathers.

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    1. Practice, practice, practice. As much as I want it to "come naturally", it just boils down to practicing. Good luck with your rulers and feathers! Send a photo my way when you're done, would love to see it!

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  3. I love your finished projects. I'm new to Free Motion quilting so really need lots more practice and must remember to relax and breath!

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    1. thanks Jayne! and you're right, there are times I find myself clenching my longarm handles and need to Relax and Breath!

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  4. Love those designs...I have trouble marking my quilt. What do you use? mumbird3atgmaildotcom

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    1. It depends, the blue water soluble when the designs needs to stay for awhile, or a purple disappearing ink or chalk during quilting

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  5. Great book and wonderful designs. I need to work on the design planning and pathing.

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    1. I agree Janie, it is a great book, very inspiring!

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  6. Looks like a fantastic book. I would like to improve my feathers. I need to practice, practice and practice.

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    1. Donna, Did you follow the link to amazon to peek inside? It is an awesome preview! and like anything practice never stops, I'm still learning!

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  7. I'm just a beginner at LA quilting (been doing it for about a month now) so I need to improve everything!

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  8. I just need help deciding how to get the finished quilt quilted. This book looks like it has great patterns and how to mark your quilt. Sounds wonderful, thanks.
    djcutting2(at)gmail(dot)com

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