Janome Quilt Along 2022 – Part 6

Welcome back to the Janome Quilt Along; a monthly blog series to help you learn and improve your quilting skills. If you’re just joining in now, you can find all the previous posts here:

Janome Quilt Along! – Introduction including supply list

Part 1 – Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5

It’s time to quilt the Log Cabin blocks.

If you recall, in a previous post I spoke about all the different presser feet that can be used for free motion quilting. I did my free motion quilting and my ruler work quilting with the same foot: the Janome QR Ruler Work foot. This foot worked really well as did all the others I have used so far, it’s just a matter of preference and may change with each project you do. There’s a Ruler Work foot for almost all Janome sewing machines, so check with your dealer for details.

As always, I also used my trusted Janome AcuFeed Flex Dual/Twin holder with Open Toe Foot for quilting.

I chose to quilt the log cabin blocks in a spiral pattern using a Serpentine stitch.

On my Janome Memory Craft 6700P it is Stitch 8 in Mode 1. On the Janome Memory Craft 9450QCP it is Stitch 20 of the Quilting Stitches.

Make sure to watch the video below for more information on the stitch I used and of course download the PDF.

Don’t forget to post your progress on social media.

#janomequiltalong

@janomecanada

@melissamarginet

Quilt on! Melissa

http://melissamarginet.ca/

About melissamarginet

Melissa Marginet is an avid quilter whose passion is to teach and inspire other quilters. She is known for quilting with a walking foot and travels Canada to teach her techniques and empower quilters to quilt their own quilts on their home sewing machines. She is now also offering her classes online. She has published two books, “Walking Foot Quilting Designs” and “Edge-to-Edge Walking Foot Quilting Designs” as well as several quilt patterns. You can visit her website melissamarginet.ca to find out more about her and see her work.
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