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37: 37. Beginning Machine Quilting - Kathy Bruckman - Friday

Class Description
Have you been afraid or overwhelmed to try machine quilting on your home machine? Never fear!!!! I am here to help you. I have taught this class a lot and students have told me that now that they have had some guidance, they are not afraid to try it. So, put your fear aside and come try this with me. We will have lots of fun.

Pattern/Kit Fee 

$12 for pattern and a booklet with quilting designs that you will be taught. You can pay at class. Email me for pattern at

Supplies/Fabric Requirements 

Fabric requirements are listed on pattern.  Send me an email when you register at and I will send the pattern.

Supplies list: Basic sewing kit, machine, sketchbook and pencils, marking pencil, walking foot, free motion foot, 40 weight polyester thread (easiest for beginners, I suggest glide, floriani or isacord) in a contrast (recommended to help you see your progress, but you can also bring a matching color). You can also try 50 wt thread.  Needles (I use an 80/12 universal). Quilt top, batting and backing. Quilt basting spray and Quilters safety pins.

Additional information/comments:


I am excited for this class and excited to teach you how to machine quilt on your domestic sewing machine. I love quilting on my machine, it is honestly relaxing for me, and I will share my technique with you and hopefully you fall in love with it as well. I promise to do everything I can to make this class exciting and fun for you. If you have any questions about this class, please reach out to me at I am willing to help however I can.

Further instructions regarding class preparation will be emailed by your instructor after registration. 

Skill Level:
Instructor Name:
Kathy Bruckman
Instructor Bio:
I have been sewing since I was 9 years old. I started with 4-H then eventually wanted to learn to quilt. I eventually decided I wanted to learn to quilt. My very first quilt was an Amish type quilt and I cut all pieces with scissors and a cardboard template. Eventually I learned you could use a rotary cutter and mat. I started by hand quilting the quilts and they took forever. I decided I wanted to learn machine quilting, so I got books and started teaching myself. I learned a lot from those first quilts I made and have really improved on my machine quilting. I have decided that I want to share with others what I love to do and am very passionate about. I love watching and helping others have success.

Contact info:
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37: 37. Beginning Machine Quilting - Kathy Bruckman - Friday

$ 50.00
37:   Fri, Jun 9, 2023 at 8:30 am to 5:00 pm