Beginner's Guide to Free-motion Quilting

Beginner's Guide to Free-motion Quilting

Professional Quality Results on your Home Machine : 50+ Visual Tutorials to Get You Started

Book - 2012
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Picture this - more than 50 quilting designs to create modern quilts with classic style! Professional quilting teacher Natalia's instructions are illustrated with detailed photos that make it much easier to get beautiful results on your home sewing machine. Tips for choosing batting and thread, layering and basting, starting and stopping, and prepping your machine are included, and after you've practiced, show off your new free-motion skills with six delightfully geometric quilt projects.
Publisher: Lafayette, CA : Stash Books, 2012.
ISBN: 9781607055372
Characteristics: 175 pages :,ill. (chiefly col.) ;,26 cm.


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Mar 07, 2015

I found this book very helpful in learning and getting started with free motion quilting.

Nov 10, 2012

In the 'Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting' by Natalia Bonner, we can all learn a lot about new quilting using the free-motion quilting technique. I especially liked the way she takes the quilter from beginning stitches into more advanced-appearing designs in an orderly and detailed fashion. Not only does Bonner offer around 50 patterns, but she also includes 6 quilt projects, explaining why she uses what design. Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting is a good book to keep as a reference by your sewing machine, and will be wonderful as a guide to finishing your UFO's (unfinished objects). I really want to practice and learn some of Bonner's techniques!

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