I have to say, Directionally Challenged was my second favorite quilt to make from mine and Angela’s new book! (Click here to find out which quilt is my favorite – and yes, it’s totally okay to have favorites!!)
This quilt pattern is paper pieced, and it’s probably one of the easiest paper pieced designs you can make – it only looks complicated.
Christa’s version of Directionally Challenged in blue.
I love combining walking foot quilting with free-motion work.
It’s amazing what you can quilt with a simple line!
Angela’s version of Directionally Challenged in Red.
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All photography courtesy of Brent Kane and Martingale.
5 thoughts on “The Ultimate Guide to Machine Quilting – Directionally Challenged”
Another great design!
This is my favorite design in your book!
I like them both…this particular one, Directionally Challenged reminds me of Ray when we’re in a big city and he refuses to ask for directions. 🙂
This quilt really got me too Christa and I love directionally challenged! I hope you know how many quilts you and Angela added to my bucket list!