Step-by-step Spiral Quilting Process

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  1. Terrific tutorial Roseanne, how great is that matching backing too!! Thanks for sharing on Clever Chameleon

  2. chrisknits says:

    I need to make a quilt just do I can use this method!!

  3. dezertsuz says:

    Really interesting! My walking foot is much bulkier than yours, and I keep wondering if it should be oiled. LOL I think your underarm (harp) space is bigger than mine, though. It really does matter which machine you are trying these things on. I don’t use pins, but I do spray baste with 505 or another adhesive. It gives me peace of mind. =)

  4. Hi Roseanne! Your spiral quilting guide is awesome. Your quilt looks perfect with it. I never even considered trying this but you make it seem doable.
    It is regular stitching not FMQ with feeder dog off?
    Hope all is well with you and Sue 🙂

  5. This one is a keeper!!!! I am bookmarking this for future reference – I am super intrigued and inspired by your tutorial…
    Thank you for taking the time to detail this process.

  6. Kathryn says:

    Amazing, I have seen this done on video but never tried it myself. I am quite surprised that you don’t pin much and it still comes out wrinkle free, live and learn!

  7. What a great tutorial. I think I could do that. And a great tip about using the side opening needle to bury your threads.

  8. quiltinggail says:

    Fantastic tutorial!!! You made it seem very easy!! I know, I know, I can altready herar you saying, “Gail, it IS easy!” I well be using it on a quilt sometime in the near future!!! Thank you!
    Happy Quilting!

  9. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, I thoroughly enjoyed your tutorial today with all of the pictures! I have never tried Spiral Quilting and am getting close to finishing a twin sized quilt that would look fabulous with Spiral Quilting. You, my dear friend, have inspired me to give this a try. Thank you for all of your positive and fun quilting adventures that you share everyday! Have a marvelous day!!

  10. Cocoa Quilts says:

    Great tutorial Roseanne. This one is on my to do list. I love the spirals. May need to do it on my bee block quilt I am putting together right now.

  11. Rochelle Summers says:

    Thank you for such a great tutorial. I think I might be able to do spirals. The starting point was always my holdup. Have you tried the spiral with free motion quilting? My wobble WOULD be noticeable that way!

  12. Shanon Fleming says:

    Very nicely said. The quilting looks great too!

  13. Great tutorial, Roseanne! I love spiral quilting, and yours looks wonderful! Getting that first circle the way you want it is always the trickiest part, so I liked your reminder to go really slow and just a few stitches at a time before turning.

  14. Carol S. says:

    I love all the spirals! Thanks for the tutorial…it was great.

  15. This is on my bucket list to try at some point. I just need to decide which quilt it would suit best. Nice tutorial. Thanks!

  16. I love the spiral and your tutorial is top notch….Yes, a full bobbin would be a good place to start but you had admirable intentions! Hope your day is awesome with lots of sewing!

  17. What an awesome tutorial, Roseanne. I think I will have to give spiral quilting a try sometime. And I absolutely love your backing fabric. Do you remember the name of it? Have a great day, Mary.

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