Machine Embroidered Quilting and Applique: Simple Steps for Revolutionary Results

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Krause Publications Craft, Jun 15, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Turn the traditional quilting process upside-out with an embroidery machine and revolutionary new techniques!

Author Eileen Roche, editor of Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine, will show you how to streamline the process of quilting and applique with an embroidery machine. This fast and easy process produces flawless results! Instead of piecing first, then quilting, the projects in this book are quilted and appliqued in the hoop, then pieced together into quilts and more. These steps eliminate the tedious cutting and piecing of traditional quilting techniques.

In Machine Embroidered Quilting and Applique you'll find: 12 easy techniques: learn how to do continuous quilting and continuous applique with an embroidery machine, plus 10 more techniques that build on these skills 12 gorgeous projects: make everything from quick and easy coasters to practical and pretty totes, plus 4 beautiful quilts. 2 world class teachers: along with an expert author, this book also features notes from sewing and craft expert Nancy Zieman sprinkled throughout the pages offer even more expert advice. Revolutionize your quilting and applique today!


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What Youll Need
Simple Steps for Machine Embroidered Quilting and Appliqué
Special Effects
Assembling and Finishing Projects
Start Small
Step It Up
Embroidery Designs

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Founder and editor of Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine, Eileen Roche has been a frequent guest on PBS television shows, Sewing With Nancy®, Martha's Sewing Room and others. Eileen has designed embroidery collections for Amazing Designs(tm) and Designs in Machine Embroidery and is the author of three previous Krause Publications books. Eileen has created numerous tools for the home embroiderer including the patented In The Hoop(tm) Angle Finder, the Magna-Quilter, a magnetic hooping device for stitching on multiple layers and has a patent-pending on the Stipple! technique.

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