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Longarm Quilt Designs Taught By Linda Gosselin

longarm quilting quilt designs quiltinig classes Today, Linda is best known for the quilt designs she creates. Who has given Linda valuable advice as her quilt designs have evolved? Karen McTavish. Linda says that Karen “once told me to lock myself in my studio, load your frame with practice fabric and don’t come out until you can quilt “your” freehand feathers!  A feather is as personal as your signature – no two are the same!  It’s just fabric, batting and thread.  If you don’t like it, you can toss it!  That was so freeing! I was tempted to toss the early work but saved it so I could see how I improved over time.” Peeking into Linda’s current work space, you will find items to help her wither quilt designs work: a Handi Quilter Avante with a Pro-Stitcher on a 10’ frame, a domestic machine, the HQ Stitch 710, cutting table, bookshelves, my corner desk and laptop loaded with my favorite software…HQ Pro-Stitcher Premium, Art & Stitch, and Quilt-Pro.g quilt designs quiltinig classes A quilt designs teacher for the past 6 years, Linda loves the “’A-ha!’ moments when the material I am teaching clicks with the students!” Her teaching methods encourages lots and lots of advice regarding KISSing:  Keep It Simple, Sweetheart. No stress quilting is always her goal in her classes. Traveling from Massachusetts, Road to California 2019 will be Linda’s first trip to the west coast.  She is looking forward to meeting new students, seeing the amazing quilts and dipping her toes in the Pacific Ocean. Linda will be teaching two classes at Road 2019 that will give students a chance to have hands-on experience using a Handi Quilter stand-up longarm machine with their quilt designs:

Monday: 1009C – Feathers on the Half Shellg quilt designs quiltinig classes

Tuesday: 2008C – Round Peg in a Square Holeg quilt designs quiltinig classes

In addition, Linda will also be teaching two, half-day technology-based classes for longarm quilt designs. A wired mouse and laptop are required for each session:

Wednesday Morning: 3021G – Art & Stitch: Easy as 1 – 2 – 3 g quilt designs quiltinig classes

Wednesday Afternoon: 3022G – Art & Stitch: Motifs and Creative Fillsg quilt designs quiltinig classes

We’re thrilled that Linda’s first visit to Southern California will be at Road to California, sharing her quilt design and technical experience to enhance longarm quilting. For more information about Linda, please visit her website. ****2019 Get Ready for Road Giveaway Entries will be accepted on this blog post January 4-7, 2019. To enter, comment below with your answer to the following question: Road to California 2019 is our 24th show. How many times have you attended Road to California in the past and do you plan to attend this year? Rules for all entries is posted on our blog here. Good luck to all who enter!!!]]>

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