10 Steps To Stress-Free Machine Quilting

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Make More Quilts & Touch More Lives

One of the best things about learning machine quilting is using the skill to complete personal projects that provide comfort for loved ones. "Amanda's Comfort Quilt" is special. The fidget quilt I made for my mother, Amanda, provided sensory activities that reduced her anxiety during her declining years with Dementia.
I started making quilts to meet women when I moved to Virginia in 2005. After making my first four-patch potholder I was hooked. Step-by-step I began to learn about thread, needles and other tools for machine quilting. I took classes and practiced.
 

I started making quilts to meet women when I moved to Virginia in 2005. After making my first four-patch potholder I was hooked. Step-by-step I began to learn about thread, needles and other tools for machine quilting. I took classes and practiced.

I am so glad I did not allow the fear others have with machine quilting stop me from learning. It has allowed me to complete quilts for teen orphans in Uganda, newborns in Israel, Christmas gifts for seniors living in nursing homes, babies in intensive care units and so much more.

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Meet Your Teacher, Geraldine Wilkins, Living Water Quilter

Geraldine is an accomplished machine quilter and quilt pattern designer. She has taught free-motion and ruler quilting as a Westalee Design Accredited Teacher and a Juki America Educator.  Geraldine's love for quilting is best expressed in her desire to teach and help quilters learn and grow as machine quilters. She shares her talents in well-known publications like Quiltmaker Magazine, Curated Quilts, The Quilter's Planner, McCall's Quilting and more. She continues to teach at quilt shows, guilds, shops and retreats. Geraldine lives in Virginia and loves to travel internationally.