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Foolproof Walking-Foot Quilting Designs: Visual Guide • Idea Book

Foolproof Walking-Foot Quilting Designs: Visual Guide • Idea Book

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Foolproof Walking-Foot Quilting Designs: Visual Guide • Idea Book

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72 pagine
Pubblicato:
Aug 1, 2015
ISBN:
9781617450525
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Take your machine’s walking foot for a walk on the wild side and move beyond basic stitch-in-the-ditch quilting! In her follow-up to best-selling Foolproof Machine Quilting, award-winning author Mary Mashuta teaches you how to quilt attractive lines, curves, and geometric shapes with a walking foot. The book includes a multitude of designs, each adapted for walking-foot quilting and marked with clock icons to indicate the skill level and time required to accomplish it. This visual guide provides an inspirational gallery of 30 finished quilts and is enhanced by detailed photos of successfully quilted blocks, center panels, sashing, borders, and corners.
Pubblicato:
Aug 1, 2015
ISBN:
9781617450525
Formato:
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    Foolproof Walking-Foot Quilitng Designs by Mary Mashuta is really an encyclopedia of stitches you can do with your walking foot. What is a walking foot? A walking foot is a sewing machine foot that hooks over your sewing machine lever, and its purpose is to keep a stack of fabric all even, with the top area being fed through the sewing machine at the same speed as the bottom level. It is good for stitching in the ditch, keeping plaids lined up evenly, and quilting. The only real drawback to using a walking foot is that you need to turn your fabric every time the pattern changes direction.Foolproof Walking-Foot Quilting Designs first shows pictures of patterns found in nature and man-made architecture. Next, Mashuta shows how to make your own patterns using clear contact paper, which can adhere to the top of the fabric, for you to sew around. Patterns advance in difficutly, and the difficulty of each pattern is rated with a number of alarm clocks assigned to the pattern.The last chapter covers the art of sashiko, done on the sewing machine. The patterns are very detailed, but they are also detailed if you want to do these patterns by hand.I reccommend this book for quilters, because I have never seen a book that covers frree-motion patterns to this extent. Get out that walking foot!