Author: Karen M. Burns Genre: Crafts & Hobbies Publisher: Martingale ISBN: 9781604688009 Book Pages: 128 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
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
Author: Karen M. Burns Genre: Machine quilting Publisher: ISBN: 1604689064 Book Pages: 128 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
Doodle quilting has taken the quilt world by storm - and now there are 180 more doodle designs for you to enjoy! In this sequel to the best-selling book 180 Doodle Quilting Designs, you'll learn to trace a doodle and then draw it freehand. By the time you start free-motion quilting, your eyes, hands, and muscles recognize the design, and all these parts work together to create the doodles in thread. Design sets for quilt blocks, borders, and corners include lines, waves, squiggles, loops, curves, pebbles, swirls, curls, feathers, flowers, and fun whimsical motifs. With an introductory section to set up quilters for success, there's never been a better time to discover this fun way to machine quilt.
Cheryl Malkowsi makes it easy to free-motion quilt by mastering your doodling skills! In her beginner’s guide to continuous-line quilting designs, learn how to select the right shapes to get where you need to go; sometimes the hardest part is figuring out where to quilt next. Squiggles, swirls, flowers, feathers…learn which are best for confined spaces and which work better traveling across your quilt. Gain confidence in your ability to draw basic shapes, then learn how to put them together into over a hundred all-over quilting designs. Includes drawing exercises and tips for transferring designs from paper to fabric.
Be fearless with your free-motion quilting! This intermediate-level guide is filled with 92 modern quilting designs for borders, blocks, and fillers—many are continuous-line. These fun, freeform shapes and lines give an imaginative spark to any quilt. Pebbles, waves, vines, and finials are just a few things that inspire Bethany Pease’s hip and doodly designs. Quilting diagrams show you how to put designs together for the best effect. Bethany runs a long-arm business and doodles every chance she gets. She’ll also show you how to spot interesting patterns wherever you look to translate into your quilting.
Author: Eva A. Larkin Genre: Crafts & Hobbies Publisher: Martingale ISBN: 9781604684605 Book Pages: 96 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
Turn simple lines into fabulous designs! Start with basic loops, ovals, diamonds, triangles, and other familiar shapes and pair them in unique combinations to create dozens of block-based designs. Step-by-step instructions, practice exercises, and loads of hints and tips make it easy to achieve great results. Now you can create your own quilting designs--they don't have to be complicated or intricate to be effective!
Author: Lori Kennedy Genre: Crafts & Hobbies Publisher: Martingale ISBN: 9781604688894 Book Pages: 144 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
Discover how to machine quilt creative designs the easy way. More than 60 striking quilting motifs are at your fingertips in this comprehensive visual guide to free-motion machine quilting. Lori Kennedy takes you through each step of the process with easy-to-understand instructions and a multitude of clear, close-up photos so you won't miss a stitch. Learn to quilt dozens of unique and clever motifs, including flowers, animals, zigzags, swirls and twirls, and much more Give your next project that irresistible pop of texture you've been looking for--many of these designs aren't found in other quilting books Convenient lay-flat spiral binding makes the instructions easy to follow while you quilt
Stuck in a quilting rut? Stop dawdling and start doodling! Get inspired to machine quilt that unfinished top with an astounding two hundred and fifty new designs from best-selling Doodle Quilting author Cheryl Malkowski. Dozens of free-motion ideas for quilting individual blocks--plus themed motifs, allover designs, and sashing and border patterns--mean you'll find a new freedom in traveling across the quilt. So change your tune from just getting it done to quilting up some fun!
Author: Eva A. Larkin Genre: Crafts & Hobbies Publisher: Martingale ISBN: 9781604681857 Book Pages: 96 Format: PDF, ePub & Mobi
Turn stippling and simple lines into fabulous designs! By focusing on only one block or area at a time--rather than the whole quilt at once--Eva A. Larkin makes it easy to create eye-catching free-motion quilting. Enjoy this eagerly awaited follow-up to the best-selling Free-Motion Quilting Made Easy. Select from six different frame styles that can be stitched in any quilt-block size--without tracing or resizing Use each frame design on its own, enhance it with filler designs, or outline the frame and/or filler with stitching, opening up hundreds of design options Find a sequence of clear illustrations for each design, showing the order to stitch for both outlining and filling
Improve your free-motion quilting as you sketch new designs—one simple shape at a time. Christina Cameli, best-selling author of First Steps to Free-Motion Quilting, returns with the perfect companion book to help you quilt unique patterns, using your home machine or longarm. A member of the Portland Modern Quilt Guild, Christina infuses her fresh aesthetic and passion for teaching quilters new skills into 80+ innovative free-motion designs. Working from a set of nine simple shapes, such as circles, wavy lines, and loops, she walks you through the basic elements via easy-to-doodle illustrations. Take the design power to your needle as you stitch Christina's favorite continuous-line quilting patterns, ranging from straightforward to striking. If you can doodle, you can do it!