How to Make a Staggered Bargello with a Pintail Duck Appliqué

The Quilters’ Community | Episode 35


Sulky of America national director of education Ellen Osten shares tips for staggered bargello, including fearless piecing, free-motion quilting, stipple quilting, appliqué and three-strip fail-proof piecing. Ellen also mentions her adhesive technique for KK 2000 and insists on using a point presser, in replacement of scissors, for pushing out corners. For more information on the Quilter’s Newsletter check out Quilter’sNewsletter.com!

5 Comments

  1. Loved all these short demo’s. Would like to see some that
    I could buy to use in my DVD player I keep in my sewing room. Now I
    have to leave my laptop and go to the other end of my home to work
    on my newest project.

    FR Letendre, 1 year ago Reply

  2. I would like to know where to obtain the pattern for this Staggered Bargello with Pintail Duck Applique

    Judy, 1 year ago Reply

  3. Really like the demo was interesting right from the start.

    jackie gipson, 1 year ago Reply

  4. Haven’t tried Bargello yet. Maybe some day in the future. Thank you for sharing.

    Julie Beard, 1 year ago Reply

  5. I enjoyed this demo, I will be taken the Silky Teachers Certificate Class in August and do think this is one of the classes. Really looking forward to it.

    Felicia Few, 1 year ago Reply


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