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More Hand Applique By Machine: 9 Quilt Projects - Updated Techniques - Needle-Turn Results without Handwork
     

More Hand Applique By Machine: 9 Quilt Projects - Updated Techniques - Needle-Turn Results without Handwork

by Beth Ferrier
 

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Appliqué that Looks Needle-Turned, with No Hand Sewing! Create machine-sewn appliqué that looks like you spent hours needle turning by hand. Use fast assembly-line techniques to reduce preparation time. Learn to adjust your machine to create stitches that no one will believe were machine sewn. Have fun with fancy stitching, decorative threads, and

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Appliqué that Looks Needle-Turned, with No Hand Sewing! Create machine-sewn appliqué that looks like you spent hours needle turning by hand. Use fast assembly-line techniques to reduce preparation time. Learn to adjust your machine to create stitches that no one will believe were machine sewn. Have fun with fancy stitching, decorative threads, and appliqué trapunto. Try out the techniques on 9 traditional-style wallhangings. If you hate hand sewing, or can't sew by hand, or you simply like to do everything the fastest, easiest way, this clever new appliqué method is just what you've been waiting for. Beth Ferrier's breezy style makes learning fun. This accessible guide to creating fine fabric art with digital photos covers everything from the tools and equipment you'll need, to designing, finishing, and assembling your quilt.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781607051121
Publisher:
C & T Publishing
Publication date:
11/05/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
80
File size:
11 MB
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Meet the Author

Beth Ferrier's grandmother taught her to embroider when Beth was just four, setting her on a lifelong path of needlework. From then on, Beth's hands were always busy - knitting, sewing, weaving, making garments, first for her baby dolls and then for herself. She can’t remember a time when fiber hasn't been a central part of her life. She describes her style as rebellious traditional. A quilter since 1975, she is forever in search of easy and simply elegant solutions to quilting challenges. Everything she designs is geared toward teaching skill-expanding tips and techniques. Beth lives in Saginaw, Michigan, with her husband, Kent, in a farmhouse built before 1860. They have four grown sons, two daughters-in-law, and two grandchildren. You've seen her on Simply Quilts, Kaye's Quilting Friends, and The Quilt Show with Ricky Tims and Alex Anderson. She's written several books.

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