1. Horizontal with 60 Degree
Start with 1 ½" - 2" horizontal quilting. Then use a 60 degree ruler to mark your quilt in one direction all the way across the top. Use the same spacing you used before for the 60 degree lines - 1 ½"-2".
I used this design on a Christmas version of the Living Room Quilt Pattern.
2. 60 Degree Triangles
Do exactly the steps in the first quilting option above, but add a second 60 degree line going in the other direction. This time aiming for each intersection of the lines you already have.
3. Curved Corner
Start from one corner. Use something small to start your curves. I used a small wooden puzzle piece. Then use a guide on your walking foot to follow the quilting all the way across. This gets easier with the bigger the circles get. I used 1 ½" spacing again.
Here is a baby size Sunroom Quilt Pattern that I used this quilting design for.
3. 4" Boxed Plaid
Quilt your quilt with 4" horizontal lines, and then in 4" vertical lines. Then go back and add a ½" quilting to one side of each line.
I used the 4" Boxed Plaid on this baby size Mudroom Quilt Pattern.
5. 60 Degree Plaid
Quilt your horizontal lines. I chose to do these 3" apart. Next, add the ½" lines to one side. Then use your 60 degree ruler to add the ½" lines in that direction as well.
Which one are you most excited to try?! Tell me in the comments!
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