Inspiring Quilters, Stitch by Stitch
Since I've set my Bailey15" into a home-built frame, I'm on a mission to make the most of my mid-arm. I've been following SewCal Gal's lessons on FMQ. and have put what I learned to good use with both my Janome 6500, and the Bailey on a sewing table. But now I'm on a new learning curve, starting at almost square one (or block one llol).
Whether it's short arm, longarm or in between,we can all learn from each other, and from great finds on the net. I'd like to have a list of tutorial sites in one place to save time when I'm looking for one. Or even sites that have inspiring ideas.
I found several to start with by going to you tube, and next to the "search " icon , I typed "longarm quilting for beginners".From loading a long arm to swirls quilting with Angela Walters (by APQS), I spent a great 1/2 hr. learning stuff I'd never known, even though I've been quilting a while on a machine.
this one will take you to tons of stuff. :)
for thread painting,see www.nancyprince.com/thread_painting.html also on you tube she shows thread painting with attitude
sewing machine issues ( troubleshooting); http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/c/c-202.html