As many of you know, I draft my quilts in Electric Quilt. But for the quilting designs I use Art and Stitch as Art and Stitch allows me to save my stitches in a format that can be read by my longarm machine.
I typically bring a photo of my quilt from Electric Quilt in as a background image when designing in Art and Stitch.
However this last week, I discovered a really cool thing. I can actually bring my designs from Art and Stitch back to Electric Quilt.
Marian Penna from Seams to Be Sew had shared an idea in a Facebook group about bringing embroidery designs into an Electric Quilt project. After hearing her idea, I realized the same concept would also work for quilting designs.
I believe this technique would work with any digitizing software (not just Art and Stitch). See how I did it in this weeks video tutorial.
Here is a snapshot from Electric Quilt with the quilting designs added to my Ferris Wheel quilt.
Featured Product - Ferris Wheel Quilt and Quilting Designs
I've been working with Anthology fabrics to update my Ferris Wheel quilt with their newest spring collection. This quilt is currently on display at Quilt Market in Salt Lake City. I love the soft batiks in their new Color Stories collection.
With the new fabrics, I decided a new line of custom quilting designs was in order. These quilting designs were created specifically for the Ferris Wheel quilt.
I have digitized these designs and am now offering them for sale in my store.
Ferris Wheel Quilt Pattern (physical copy mailed to you) $10
Ferris Wheel Quilt Pattern (digital copy for immediate download) $10
Ferris Wheel Quilting Design Bundle Click on link to see all the patterns included in the bundle.
Ferris Wheel combined Piecing Pattern and Quilting Bundle.
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