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I have several classes lined up to start teaching FMQ on domestic machines. I will do an intro to basting and getting the quilt ready and how to set up the sewing machine. I will than go on with fills and than free hand feathers. I want to end the class teaching how to make perfect binding. It is a total of 16 hours. When you take a class what things do you want out of the class I would be so interested to hear your ideas.  Thanks Lori

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Comment by B J Elder/WA on June 20, 2012 at 7:15am

In addition to all the things listed below I think talking about the different battings would be good too as they quilt differently.  Oh, and trapunto. 

Like the others my first reaction was "I want to take the course!"

Comment by Janet/MO on June 20, 2012 at 6:03am

I too would love to take your class.  FMQ is still a hard thing for me to do.  One thing I look for in a class is learning new ways to do the same things.  For instance I just took a machine applique class where the teacher encouraged me to use the decorative stitches on my machine to stitch down the raw edge instead of just using either a buttonhole stitch or satin stitch. 

Comment by Irene Gallway on June 20, 2012 at 5:51am

Sounds like a fabulous class,  I found when I started teaching sewing classes that my students had questions that I didn't even think about.  So I'm sure, your students will do the same.  I would love to be close enough to attend your hands on class. 

Comment by Pam/NY on June 20, 2012 at 5:01am

I want to take your course!!! I would want to know what weight thread and needle  to use and how to adjust the tension verses the stitches. I find that the hardest part. The perfect binding...I DO need your class...put it on you tube!!!

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