No-Mark Machine Quilting – Part 3 of 3

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This is the final installment of a three-part series designed to help you build your machine quilting skills. In this article, you will use some of the shapes from previous lessons, manipulating them into new forms. You can find the first installment at No-Mark Machine Quilting – Part 1 of 3 . Part 2 is available by clicking here: nomark-mach-pt2.

We have explored several designs in this series, enough to keep you quilting for a long time. Think of this method of quilting as “freedom curves”. You have freedom from marking lines, from quilting on lines, and from removing lines when you are finished quilting.

Click here to read No-Mark Quilting – Part 3 of 3.

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Mary Carol Walker

Very frustrating, still can’t open anything about no-mark quilting, parts 1, 2, or 3.

Mary, We are sorry you are having difficulty. Send an email to sylvia@AQSquilt.com and we will send you each part in a PDF format.
Sylvia Thomas
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Ellen McAvoy

I was only able to open the last in the series…..can you email me the pdf also???

Ellen McAvoy

I was only able to access the last in the series…can you email me the pdf for the first two also?? tx!7

Ellen McAvoy

I was only able to open the third part of this…could you send me the pdf of the directions, also?

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Estelle Torpy

Thanks for this informative 3-part article. Shirley uses fun examples to help you form the shapes needed to create the quilting designs. I want to make a Christmas quilt and her poinsettia design looks like it would be beautiful in the border. Love all the step by step photos.