Quilting Dot-to-dot: Patterns for Today's Machine Quilter

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American Quilter's Society, 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 111 pages
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This newly developed Dot-to-Dot quilting technique makes following the stitching path of any quilting design easier and faster! Beginning machine quilters will especially benefit from this quick way to divide their quilting into small sections when quilting free-motion on the sewing machine or using a home quilting frame. Cheryl's second book includes scores of ready-to-use quilting patterns in a variety of styles - Geometric, Folk Art, Elegant, Masculine, Juvenile, Traditional, and more. The designs are created for all areas to be quilted, including sashings with connecting blocks, borders with corners, and edge-to-edge pantograph. Chapters contain tips and hints for loading your quilt, batting and thread choices, creating/using pantographs, as well as auditioning patterns, and a variety of quick techniques for custom fitting your patterns and transferring them onto your quilt top.

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Quilting Dot to Dot

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Great method described to get you started on free motion quilting! Read full review

About the author (2006)

With a love of hand needlework of all types from early childhood, Cheryl Barnes discovered machine quilting and purchased a longarm machine in 1994. She began her own quilting business, Golden Threads, at that time. After quilting for several years, Cheryl felt limited by the lack of new patterns available to longarm quilters. The pursuit of building a library of quilting designs took Cheryls company from quilting to publishing quilting designs.

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