When you're done piecing a quilt, do you often wonder how to finish it with free-motion quilting? Discover how to fill setting triangles, blocks, and borders with a variety of traditional and modern quilting designs, divided into chapters by style: Lines and Squiggles, Curves and Pebbles, Swirls and Feathers, and Just for Fun. This is a must-have book and lifelong reference for any quilter's library.
- Gain confidence as you follow the arrows and see how to fill a confined space with continuous-line quilting motifs that are adaptable to blocks, triangles, and borders
- Discover which designs will work best before you sew by practicing your quilting; trace the designs with your finger or on tracing paper
- Whether you use a long-arm or home sewing machine, you'll enjoy quilting the wide variety of designs
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|Publisher:||Martingale & Company|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Martingale acquisitions editor Karen M. Burns started with the company as an office-tour guide (getting paid in quilt books), and then quickly worked her way into the heart of the company. After also being an account manager and a communications coordinator, she now spends her time inviting a variety of popular designers to create and contribute to Martingale books.
Karen has compiled many Martingale books and contributed to several more as a machine quilter, including A Baker's Dozen, Jelly Babies, and Quilting with Fat Quarters. With a stack of more than 30 of her own quilts at home ready to be quilted, Karen compares herself to the cobbler whose children have no shoes--she's the quilter with no finished quilts.