Feather Worksheet #1

Welcome to my Feather Practice #1

Would you like to learn how to quilt beautiful feathers like shown below?

machine quilting by Carla Barrett

machine quilting by Carla Barrett

Many machine quilters, especially when new, struggle to learn how to quilt beautiful feathers.  Other quilters, including many experienced professionals, may be intimidated by quilting free motion feathers.  I am here to tell you that learning how to quilt feathers is well within your reach.  It is for you that I decided to create my  Feather Practice Worksheet Series.

Practice lesson file Part 1 is presented in .PDF format.  You will need a free download, Adobe Reader, to open, read and print out each worksheet.    I encourage you to print out at least 3 pages of this lesson for practice.    I believe that practicing each Part over and over is essential to obtain Feather Mastery!

Feather Practice Worksheet, Part 1:  Freehand Feather

barrettfeatherpractice1 (.pdf) 

We start the series with a basic freehand feather.   To assist with learning the steps, you can trace over the light gray feathers using a smooth rolling pen.  Print out multiple copies of this .pdf file.

practice sheet 1 by Carla Barrett

practice sheet 1 by Carla Barrett

Hope you have enjoyed this free Lesson.  If so, please leave me a comment below.

What Happened to all your free pdf files?

Currently, I am re-writing and expanding my Feather Workshop Series into an eBook format. There was such demand for learning feathers that I decided to design more lessons and worksheets on drawing and quilting feathers. Keep watching for more details

Have fun!  Carla Barrett

31 thoughts on “Feather Worksheet #1

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  2. Thank you so much Carla – it was incredibly kind of you to share these work sheets – I can’t wait to try them.
    Best Wishes
    Louise

  3. Thank you so much for these worksheets and sharing your knowledge. After reading through the various posts on them, I think I may have enough confidence to try this.

  4. Thank you so much! I loved these lessons. I needed how to apply them to the various shapes that occur on quilt-tops.

  5. Thank you Thank you Thank you from a new long arm quilter. I will be using your worksheets until I have mastered them. You are so very talented!!

  6. Thanks so much! I have just purchased my first long arm and am excited to get practicing! Your designs are beautiful!

  7. Thank you so very much, I am a new long arm quilter. I love the feathers so much and your inspiration and talent are so appreciated.

  8. Thank you so much for the practice sheet. They will be very helpful in learning to quilt. I dream of the day to be this good. Thanks again

  9. I really appreciate your time and effort in sharing these worksheets. I am really trying to improve my feather quilting this year and these will be so helpful! Very generous of you!

  10. Really appreciate your lessons….they are very useful to a beginner like me and I can’t wait to practice and use them! Thank you!

  11. I have been attempting to learn to draw decent looking feathers. I want to use them in doodling / tangle drawing. Thank you the lessons. I appreciate them. ~~ terrie lynn

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