After several months of inactivity, I've finally gotten back to some longarm quilting. My poor HQ Infinity had to oiled and cleaned up so I could finish a small quilt. I'm blaming this lack of quilting on summer - and the fact that I was immersed in preparing for the One World Quilt Along (you can sign up for this online quilt along at www.quiltfusion.com/one-world). Now with fall, it's back to stitching and what always makes me hesitate is choosing the "perfect" quilt motif. Of course there isn't a perfect quilt design for any quilt: it's a combination of your skill level and what you think would look good on the quilt.
I've recently been looking through 180 Doodle Quilting Designs compiled by Karen M. Burns for inspiration and there is lots of it in this book! For a look at what types of designs you can find in it, watch the video below or on my YouTube channel.
I think this is a great reference book, no matter what your quilting skill level is. Simple or more complicated designs, you'll find lots of both varieties in 180 Doodle Quilting Designs.
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