Today we're quilting Heartburn, which sounds quite painful, but it's actually a super easy, super fast machine quilting design! See how to stitch it on two very different machines:
Tools and supplies from this quilting tutorial:
Tips for Free Motion Quilting Heartburn
I love quilting on a tiny scale - that is how I began free motion quilting after all. But designs like this make me so happy I have a longarm and can move fast and stitch BIG!
Speaking of longarms, have you checked out the new Qnique 21X Elite I'm using? I love the stitches on this machine and being able to quilt giant quilt blocks in one pass.
Where Should We Quilt Heartburn in Our Quilts?
Got a baby quilt that needs to be quilted in a day? Have a massive border on a king sized quilt that's giving you a back ache?
Heartburn is the perfect design for filling large spaces in your quilts very quickly. The bigger you quilt your heart shapes, the more space it will cover and in no time, you'll be cuddled up under your finished quilt - which is the whole point!
Have you enjoyed this I Love Quilting Series? We've stitched these 6 heart free motion quilting designs together:
Each design has a uniquely different texture and will help you build different skills for free motion quilting on your home machine or longarm. I hope this series will inspire you to use these heart designs on your quilts!
Please share these tutorials with your quilting friends and spread the love of quilting with everyone you know!
Let's go quilt,