Sometimes you just don't see it. A simple little machine quilting pattern can be so much more.
If you have the Terry Twist Stencils or Templates let's take another look at what they can do for you. Here the 2" and 4" TT radiate and nest to form this great little block pattern that is a snap to do yet it looks so complicated....it is not.
Redoing my samples for upcoming machine quilting classes gave me some time to play. And Voila...
Take some time to play with your favorite stencils and templates in your studio :)
If you have the stencils this is the 9" 9-Patch Square using its' 3" Terry Twist Pattern Design. It is also easy to create using the Template Rulers since you have it in the 3".
I laid it out on the edges of the block and then continued it on the other side of the seam, just for fun :) to see what it would look like.
Interesting pattern on point with a few machine quilting free motion feathers thrown in.
Since it is asymmetrical it is very forgiving indeed.
Here is the link if you would like to see the tools.
Hope you try it.
This just may be the solution for a great machine quilting border pattern. Good ol' Terry Twist.
Used the 4" single pattern from the 12" Multiple Stencil and the 2" single pattern from the 6" Multiple Stencil.
Back to work on my class samples. Thought this would be a good time to make fresh machine quilting designs for upcoming classes. And just doodling around and another designs appears :)