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    I don't know if this is the right place but here's my question. I love watching Jenny's videos and have learned so much. I also enjoy watching Leah Day but I don't know if I could ever get to her level for fmq. Who else do you like to watch and learn from?

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    Check out the Gourmet Quilter on YouTube. She has a nice selection of tutorials.
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    I love to learn from Joanna Figueroa from Fig Tree Quilts. She has a wonderful class on Craftsy.

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    I am enrolled in several Craftsy classes as well, but Jenny is ALWAYS my go to instructor. There are several free classes, so you can take a free one to see how you like their training videos.
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    Handiquilter has some good tutorials on YouTube for free motion quilting. There are several for background fills & all over patterns. I tried some & they turned out pretty good, you get better with practice just like anything else. Have fun

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