Change Your Hand Positions for Easier FM Quilting

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This May be the Solution You Need to Move a Quilt Smoothly Through Your Machine!

Do you find yourself struggling to move a quilt through your machine while free motion quilting? Try changing your hand positions.





While conventional wisdom says to move the quilt by pushing it around with both hands on top, having one hand underneath can make a big difference.

Change Your Hand Positions for Easier FM Quilting

Geta Grama found that this makes all the difference for her, and it may for you too. It works so well that she doesn’t even need to wear gloves.

Her technique involves folding the quilt a certain way so she can hold the fold with one hand from underneath.

Geta has written clear instructions and created several videos that explain her method.

Click here for Greta’s “My secret for EASY free motion quilting” article.

 

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