Foolproof Machine Quilting: Learn to Use Your Walking Foot - Paper-Cut Patterns for No Marking, No Math - Simple Stitching for Stunning Results (Google eBook)

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C&T Publishing Inc, Nov 5, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
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Intimidated by free-motion machine quilting? You don't need it to beautifully machine-quilt your own tops. Well-known teacher Mary Mashuta's classroom-tested methods guarantee quilting success. Mary teaches you to use heavier-weight threads on the top of your machine, rather than in the bobbin, so that all your stitching is done on the right side of the quilt.

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Foolproof Machine Quilting

User Review  - laurie3607 -

The book is all about the quilting part of the blanket. The author has some really good, fun ideas how to quilt. Piecing the item together is a whole other thing. Read full review

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User Review  - Claudia - Goodreads

Mary Mashuta is a great teacher, obviously! She must be because she writes with clarity and concision. Her directions for machine quilting are easy to follow. Whether a beginner, intermediate or advanced quilter one can learn something from Mary Mashuta in this book. Read full review


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Mary Mashuta is an award-winning quilter who has taught quiltmaking since 1985. She has written five other books on quiltmaking for C&T Publishing. She has appeared on HGTV's Simply Quilts and The Quilt Show with Alex and Ricky. Mary lives in Berkeley, California.

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