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Free Webinar!

I’m so excited to present a live webcast (my first!) with my good friends at Sulky.  They spotted my recent book, Quilt with an Embroidery Machine in 8 Easy Lessons, and thought it would be a hot topic for their webcast offerings. I was flattered to be asked, so of course I said yes!

So what should you expect in this webcast? I’ll share my 20 years of quilting with an embroidery machine experience with you.  I’ll cover everything from raw edge applique to custom quilting to overall quilting.  I’ll show you how to manage the quilt bulk while achieving perfect placement on every hooping.  You’ll learn what type of designs work on blocks and large negative spaces.

Included in this hour of education, is a downloadable continuous line design for 6” x 10” hoops*, a downloadable guide to my secrets of continuous line quilting on an embroidery machine plus a question and answer period at the end of the webcast.

You’ll get an in-depth look at my patented quilt and applique as you go technique, the difference between custom quilting and overall quilting. And I’ll cover selecting shape designs, connecting continuous line designs, working with magnetic hoops and three options for handling a full size quilt on a home embroidery machine.

We are packing a ton of information into this webcast but don’t worry, after the webcast, you’ll be able to review it whenever you’d like.  Join us for this live webcast and later you can watch at your own pace.  Sign up now because seats are limited!  Just click here:

*Formats included are C2S, DST, EXP, HQV, HUS, JEF, PCS, PES, QLI, VIP AND VP3.

The winner of last week’s blog post answered the following question: 

Leave a comment explaining what quilting project you’re working on right now.  One lucky winner will receive a copy of my latest book, Quilt with an Embroidery Machine in 8 Easy Lessons. It’s finally back in stock so I’m happy to give one away.

The winner is: LAURI WINTERFELDT: I just completed a whole cloth quilt to practice quilting on my machine. I have two more lap quilts basted and ready to go.

Thank you, everyone for taking the time to comment.  I love hearing from you and hope to see you in the webcast on March 23, 2017, 9:00 PM EST.

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  • Sheila Whitney

    I am a beginner quilter and am making a Springtime pieced table runner with machine embroidered flowers on it.

  • Lauri Winterfeldt

    I’m so grateful that I won your book last week. I’m a fan of all things Eileen (I own PEP, the weightless quilter and tons of your designs so this is a big win for me. Thank you so much!

    • eileenroche

      Congratulations Lauri! Thank you for your continued support. Enjoy the book!

      • Lauri Winterfeldt

        Can you tell me when I might expect the book I won? I’m looking forward to learning more from you!!

  • Judy

    I am trying to finish a few quilt tops that I pieced 10 plus years ago. I am trying my hand at free motion, would love to see more on the weightless quilter. Can’t to see the wi I are on the 23rd.

  • Gail Beam

    Looking forward to y9ur webinar!

  • Elizabeth

    Well I won’t be “live” in this audience…. 9PM EST is midnight on the west coast. How would I get to see this webcast after the airing if I am not there at midnight?

    • Diane Cockman

      I noticed your comment and I live on the east coast. You are 3 hours behind us, so it will be 6pm there.

    • Anne

      It is 2 am here in Norway, so I hope we can watch it as a recording?

      • eileenroche

        You can watch it as a recording after the live webcast. Sign up to register and that will give you access.

  • rena

    I tried to follow the link to register but it wouldn’t let me.

  • Diane Cockman

    looking forward to your webinar. I really want to learn how to quilt with my machine.

  • Wendy Espie

    I tried to register but it seems that it is only available in the USA. There is no provision for Canadians.

    • eileenroche

      Hello Wendy,
      The webcast is available internationally. Sulky has informed me that the city and state fields on the registration form are not required fields. Just skip those two fields and click on Submit. You’ll be registered!

  • Amy

    I am working on a Grandma’s quilt using preprinted panels from Block Party Studio that was initially for my goddaughter’s mother-in-law. She had two sons and had given up hope of becoming a grandmother because both sons were in their 30s. She battled cancer three times and was on the path to recovery when she was taken at the age of 58 from heart failure. So now I am making the quilt for Grandpa in hopes that it gives him comfort and joy with his first grandson.

    • eileenroche

      Sounds like a worthy endeavor. I’m sure it will bring joy to ‘Grandpa’.

  • Kelly McCain

    I too am having difficulty registering. When I copy, paste the link it takes me to the page that says that the webinar has not started yet….. Is registration full?

  • Sheila Veuleman

    What an awesome birthday present for me! Thanks!! Can’t wait to see the webinar

  • Anne Johnson

    Hi Eileen. I attended/watched your webinar last night, Thursday March 24th. Great job. My interest is peaked about getting a magnetic hoop. The machine I was looking at getting the magnetic hoop for is my 10 needle Brother PR 1000e. Curious why, at least in your pictures, the fabric is under the attachment bars as opposed to floating across the top of the lower frame (which should be the one that attaches to the machine) which would also enable the fabric to float across the entire U shaped arms that hold the hoop. Without being able to float across this area my quilt top or bulky item will have to squeeze through the back corners – not going to happen with bulky items and certainly makes using the camera impossible. Is the frame for the multi needle hinged, or does it “float” on top like the ones for a standard embroidery machine?

  • Julia

    Enjoyed your webinar and am excited by the prospect of using my embroidery machine for quilting. The magnetic hoop looks like a great idea! Is it compatible with the Pfaff Creative Sensation? The compatibility chart lists the Sensation Pro, but mine is an older model.

  • Alice Noles

    I am quilting a quilt using the snap hoop monster and the Short E. I am having difficulty with the snap hoop moving off kilter during the quilting process. Is there anything I can do to help that? I am doing a continuous design from Stipple Mania. It seems the stiffness of the stippling is causing some of the problem of the magnetic hoop not holding.