I have mentioned a number of times that I simply cannot master free motion quilting. I took a class for a full week with out much success. I know that practice would improve that skill, but frankly I just get bored and move on to something fun. However, I have learned a number of ways to get around this issue.
Bernina offers a number of mini classes on their newsletters and I took note of one a while back. I do love the mini quilting idea and after looking through the class using your decorative stitches I made my self a notebook of stitches that I might use.
And I began quilting my geese and half star wall hanging. Once I had started I found it was coming along really nicely.
The geese side is nearly done with stitch #680 14.1 by 9.0 on my Bernina B750. I am pleased with the outcome.
Not sure what I plan to do on the half star side. I am thinking straight line quilting.
As so many of us are stuck in the house due to the Corona virus, we are still encouraged to take a walk out in the fresh air. These California poppies along the way made for a bright spot in the day.