Does longarm quilting interest you, and you’d like to learn more about it? Or do you just want a review of longarm basics? This class removes the mystery of longarm quilting by explaining machine and frame elements and features, how to load a quilt, and vital facts about thread, needles and tension. Handi Quilter longarm and frame systems come in various sizes for every budget, are user-friendly because they are designed by a quilter, for quilters – just like you!
TOPICS INCLUDE:• Basic machine and frame elements and features• Bobbins, tension, needles, and thread• How to load a quilt onto a frame• Quilting with Groovy Boards and pantographs• Rulers, Micro Handles, and basic free motion
Megan Best has always loved fabrics and made her first quilt while in high school. She continued to foster this love throughout her education, achieving degrees in apparel design and merchandising/textiles. Thousands of quilts later, she still loves to create.
Megan?s career in the fabric industry includes experience in fabric stores, retail management, quilt shop ownership and as a professional longarm quilter. She excels in both computerized and free-motion quilting, winning many ribbons at local and national shows. She quilts on both
her HQ Fusion? and HQ Avant??, both with Pro-Stitcher?.
Megan?s teaching career includes experience as a college instructor, a quilting teacher for local guilds and retail shops, and an instructor at national and international machine quilting shows.
Megan lives in NW Washington on a mini farm (in the making), has two children, and a very supportive husband. Follow her on instagram as bestquilter or visit her website at www.bestquilter.com.