60 Machine Quilting Patterns

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Dover Publications, 1994 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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In recent years, the ease and convenience of machine quilting has made it increasingly popular with needleworkers. Now you can choose from this convenient collection of 60 patterns, specifically designed to make machine quilting quick and easy. Included are traditional feather designs, florals, geometrics, corners and borders and many more. The patterns are accompanied by clear, easy-to-follow instructions and diagrams on machine stitching and other essentials. The result is a handy, highly useful archive of patterns and instructions for quilters at all levels of expertise who enjoy the speed and practicality of machine quilting.

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About the author (1994)

Pat Holly has been sewing almost her whole life, beginning with sewing clothes as a young girl. She is a graphic artist and attended the University of Michigan School of Art & Design. She also spends time volunteering for her daughter Alyssa's theater endeavors, including costume work for local productions.

Sue Nickels has taught machine quilting and applique techniques for ten years. She has made quilts for over 20 years, starting with hand techniques and gradually focusing on machine work. A regular teacher at The Icehouse in Grayling, Michigan, she has also taught and lectured at American Quilter's Society (AQS) National Quilting Association and International Quilt Association shows.

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