Organic Free-Motion Quilting Idea Book
Amanda Murphy –– Nature-inspired free-motion designs to add to your repertoire Let Mother Nature inspire your quilting! Best-selling author Amanda Murphy (Free-Motion Quilting Idea Book and...
Leah Day ––
A new free-motion quilting design for every day of the year!
A compilation of the 365 free-motion quilting designs from author Leah Day’s blog, the Free Motion Quilting Project, this new edition of a wildly popular book contains a treasury of ideas and inspiration you'll return to again and again. From blocks to sashing to borders, find hundreds of filler designs perfect for all of the different areas of your quilt. Trace the design to practice, or visit LeahDay.com/365 to find video tutorials for every single design in this book. Feeling confused by free-motion quilting? Get back on track with Leah's quick tips on everything from machine settings to how to prepare your quilt top and backing for quilting—a new addition that makes this book even more useful for quilters of all skill levels.
• New lay-flat binding so you can keep it open hands-free while you quilt
• Challenge yourself to memorize—not mark—a new design every day for a year
• Break out of your stippling rut! High-quality photos of each meticulously stitched design
• Largest collection of free-motion designs ever published
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