Foolproof Machine Quilting: Learn to Use Your Walking Foot - Paper-Cut Patterns for No Marking, No Math - Simple Stitching for Stunning Results
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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30-weight thread Full Alternate Blocks attachable seam guide basic batting block quilt bobbin thread border design Center Cut Center Folds Fold circle color commercial stencil Completed shape corner create Decorative stitching 30-weight diagonally ditch DMC Perle Cotton easier to stitch edge of walking fabric feed dogs Flower Flowers Flower paper-folded Fold in eighths free-motion quilting freezer paper grid hand quilting hand stitching heavier threads Jeans Stitch knot line of stitching marked with tape Mirror stitching monofilament thread motifs Nine-Patch Oval and square Ovals paper-folded paper-cut paper-folded and cut pieces pivot polyester quilt top quilting designs quilting pattern rayon safety pins sashing Scallop self-adhesive shelf paper serpentine stitch sewing machine side stitch length stitching 30-weight thread stitching using edge straight lines straight stitching textile sandwich thread Full quilt top thread topstitching triangles variegated threads walking foot walking-foot machine quilting walking-foot quilting weight thread