The following pictures were submitted by Dawn Veltema to qualify for the Certification of Longarm Mastery. Used with permission.
Project #1 - E2E past quilt borders.
Project #2 - E2E within boundries
Projects #3 - #7 - Combination of the individual project into a table runner format
Project #3 - It starts with cross-hatching the entire block then masking out the center square-in-a-square. A vase is then put in the center square. Lastly an arc / handle of unconnected flowers is placed.
Project #4 - Project 4 brings together a variety of techniques and functions. You will:
1) Treat each piece of the vertical flying geese as a design element to have a separate pattern.
2) Treat each of the horizontal flying geese blocks as a design element to receive a pattern.
3) Make a pattern to make arcs on the seams of the bottom left four-square.
4) Place an elaborate circular pattern in the top right square and attach an additional pattern to the circular pattern so as to fill in the corners.
Project #5 - Project 5 combines:
1) Making a border-corner for one corner and copying it to the others;
2) Placing a wreath pattern around the center star;
3) Placing designs in the center star points;
4) Placing a flower in the center square,
5) Echoing to fill, and
6) Mask off the unwanted lines.
Project #6 - This project focuses on the two vertical sashings, shown in white, between projects 2 & 4 and 4 & 5.
The sashing is made by creating more, grouped copies, splitting them in the middle, and then flip one end to create a focal point effect.
The sashing made for the first is then copied and placed in the second position.
Project #7 - This project creates the complete border around projects 3 – 5.
Borders are somewhat unique in that there are two different distances used from the pattern to the edge. On the interior of the border the distance is usually ¼” while on the exterior it is usually ½” to allow for the space for the binding.
This technique can then be used to create the border around the edge-to-edge project 2.