Here is a video that I found from last January that shows using fusible for a backing to your quilt label so that it is perfectly turned and easily applied ready to hand stitch in place. Since I just showed you how to create this type of quilt label with lettering, I was very happy to find that I had made a video showing the actual process of turning it for application to the quilt back.
Here is the last video of this 4 part series, Quilt Labels and Lettering with BERNINA V8 software. In this video, I show you how to use sculptured fancy fill, elastic lettering, rotate a hoop, use a built-in design and more. I hope you find it useful!
Here is the third part of learning to create a quilt label and working with lettering in BERNINA V8 software. This time I show you how to use the break-apart tool on lettering and how to copy and apply object properties from one letter to another.
Here is the next video showing lettering and quilt label techniques in the BERNINA V8 software. Part 3 and 4 still to come. Let me know if you like these videos.
Here is a video about how to use a BERNINA #50 walking foot.
Here is a video on how to create a great border texture. Quick and Easy.
I have a new Q20 BERNINA sit down longarm and am loving it! Luckily I found all sorts of unfinished quilt tops from the last few years that I can happily practice and learn new skills on. Yesterday I was Quilting in the wild fabric. Great place to learn and not have it show too much. #BERNINAQ20#crosshatching
I broke my new echo clip and I don’t want you to do the same so here is a video that shows how to use and attach the Echo Quilting Clips easily. They are awesome!