This course qualifies for 2 credits
Granny and Me Antique Quilt Top
Created By Ann Moore
Highlighting the Sew Steady Suspension System
In this class Anne will be taking an old antique quilt top that was gifted to her by her grandmother and showing you techniques for Ruler Top Quilting using Westalee Design Templates and the New Sew Steady Suspension System.
Ann will also be working on a 48" x 62" Baby Quilt using the Sew Steady Suspension System to show how quilting with Rulers on Quilt Tops is a breeze.
- Westalee Design Simple Ovals
- Westalee Design Spinning Wheel # 7
- Westalee Design Heart Template 5"
- Westalee Design Curly Q 7.5"
- Westalee Design Continuous Border Loop 2" x 1"
- Westalee Design Serpentine
- Westalee Design Between the Lines
Hi, I’m Ann Moore, Sew Steady Promoted Instructor, Quilter and Industry Partner.
I am a free motion quilting instructor who started free motion quilting a few years ago after I sent 2 quilts out to a long arm quilter. The long arm quilter did a beautiful job with a pantograph but I felt that I could not say I made this quilt myself, that a part of that quilt belonged to someone else. My mom says my first sentence was “I do it myself.” And that holds true today. I tell people that I piece quilts so I will have something to quilt. I was blessed to attend classes with an international instructor and before I knew it I was asked to teach free motion quilting. I started using rulers in my quilting a few years ago and learned about Westalee rulers at Houston Quilt Market in 2016 and was hooked. Teaching quilting with rulers was a natural progression and many students have even indicated that they find ruler work easier and certainly more fun.
Why Westalee Design Templates: “Westalee Rulers gives me precision and perfection in my quilting. It also pairs beautifully with free motion quilting.” - Ann
Click Here to learn more and see some of Ann's work.