Sunday, May 27, 2012

May FMQ Challenge

The FMQ challenge on SewCalGal was by Leah Day and featured 2 well done, informative videos. In the first video Leah talks about tools she used in her free-motion adventures. She also offers such great insights stressing the importance of practice and trying a variety of tools, threads and materials.

The stitches Leah taught are 2 variations on meandering stipples. Both are referred to as foundational designs.

The first is a double stipple:

SewCalGal FMQ challenge
It makes a great texture and I found it fun, easy and relaxing.

The second is called a railroad track stipple. I like it too!

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I will be adding these stitches to my toolbox. I am really enjoying this year-long feature and learning a ton. Many thanks to SewCalGal for organizing this and to the awesome teachers for sharing their knowledge. This is really a great way to learn and practice to improve FMQ skills!


SewCalGal FMQ challenge


6 comments:

Jenny @ Spry On The Wall said...

Love the second one, very modern and funky!

Colleen said...

That's all you need is more tricks in your tool box! They look really great!

SewCal Gal said...

Nice job. I hope you are having fun with the 2012 FMQ Challenge.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Tammy said...

Hi Kheli, Your May challenge fmq is fabulous! Bravo, very well done.

Cherie said...

Such cool FMQ patterns! Wish I could figure out what I'm doing wrong =D

Carrie P. said...

well done. I did my challenge yesterday. it was fun.