Pathways From Quilt Top to Quilted

Pathways From Quilt Top to Quilted

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by Sally Terry
     
 

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Well-known teacher and author Sally Terry has compiled decades of machine quilting experience into one book. Designed for quilting on any machine, the book starts with troubleshooting! You will know right away how to prevent problems, and that's a great gift of time. Sally covers 29 machine quilting tips from backing to loading to zippers, and everything in-between.

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Well-known teacher and author Sally Terry has compiled decades of machine quilting experience into one book. Designed for quilting on any machine, the book starts with troubleshooting! You will know right away how to prevent problems, and that's a great gift of time. Sally covers 29 machine quilting tips from backing to loading to zippers, and everything in-between. Plan your quilting with Sally's quilt design and layout planning page to preview your results. Then use any ofher 22 Shadow Rhythm or Walking Borders quilting patterns for stunning quilts.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012302397
Publisher:
Collector Books
Publication date:
02/15/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
112
File size:
7 MB

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Meet the Author

Sally Terry’s quilting path began at the
age of three, sewing doll clothes for her paper
dolls. Through her teen years she made all her
own clothing and tailored her suits and coats,
including bound buttonholes, sewn on Grandma’s
Featherweight. Sally began professional longarm
machine quilting in 1999. With her graphic
background and heart of a teacher, she “cannot
get her ideas out there fast enough.”

Her joyful enthusiasm for sharing results
manifests itself in full day workshops for longarm,
midarm, and shortarm machine quilters in her
Paducah, Kentucky, studio. She is a member of
the Instructor Program for Janome-America
Sewing Machines. She teaches at major shows and
markets nationwide including AQS, MQX, MQS,
HMQS, Innovations, Vermont Quilt Festival,
Canadian Quilt Show, Quilting on the Waterfront,
and Houston.
Her students enjoy her relaxed way of
teaching machine quilting that encourages
confidence and a joy of learning. Sally approaches
the information in her classes from the student’s
point-of-view with in-depth knowledge that is
creative and inspirational.
Sally specializes in running different threads
and free-motion quilting with a true touch of
creativity. Her concepts have become common
practice for beginning machine quilters. She
feels that you do not have to copy her exactly
to be productive and truly successful without
unstitching, and that is a breath of fresh air for
all quilters.
A blue-ribbon quilter, Sally’s AQS books
Pathways to Better Quilting (2004) and Hooked On
Feathers (2008) are both proclaimed classics. Her
beginner friendly technique of five basic shapes
for machine quilting helps one easily choose and
quilt perfect patterns. The popular Terry Twist®
series of continuous-line templates, stencils, and
patterns are used worldwide.
In addition, she produced three longarm
videos: Care and Adjustment, Getting Ready to
Quilt, and Creative Thread Guide Video. She has
written numerous articles for professional
quilting magazines, and has many quilts featured
in American Patchwork & Quilting and numerous
quilting publications and catalogs by Better
Homes and Gardens. Sally currently has six
published pattern packs and has appeared on
Quilt Central TV and American Quilter.

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