|From Motivational Reads|
Truly there is nothing to be afraid of!
If you are hesitant, the best thing you can do is take an "in person" class and learn some tips to make it less scary. The teacher can help you with your machine, and help to problem solve any possible technical issues. The second best thing is to take an "on line" class, but I find that a lot of people "watch and wish", but are still hesitant to jump in and actually try it themselves. The only way to learn is to try!
And if you are ready to try, I recommend starting with a design like I'm doing on this quilt ... a wavy line stitched vertically from top to bottom.
You just need a walking foot for your machine, and off you go! No pattern or lines to follow, and no right or wrong way to go. You can stitch a really wavy line, or gentle waves, or make each one different and discover what you enjoy stitching the most.
It really is so much fun once you get going.
I promise... money back guarantee!
How about listening to my favorite song "Be brave" and just go for it!