Doodle Quilting: Over 120 Continuous-Line Machine-Quilting Designs
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.
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allover design alternating sides aooooooooooowmw arcs Boomerang Circles bottom C&T Publishing Calm Water Center THINK change direction Cherry closely curve back DAHLIA Daisies doodle Double Hooks Double-Stem Finger echo back edge ensemble Excited Water Finger Feathers finish Flames Flames page Flower Petals follow the stem Follow the vine football Forest Fernies GINKGO grid kiss leaf shape leaves long Sunshines longarm look marker mmoooooooooo O O Q O O O O Q O Q Q O Q O Q Q wagging O Q Q Q Q Q O Q Q wagging opposite side patch Plumeria Proper Feathers Question Marks quilter reference to Rule repeat Ribbons round loop Scroll seam second side second stem set of motifs Simple Leaf smooth and easy star starting stitching Sunshines page 20 Swirlies Teardrop THINK curve THINK round THINK smooth Tooth tracing Traveling Circles triangle vein voow waves Wild Roses www.ctpub.com