This book is 127 pages of comprehensive how to FMQ. I am a novice at free motion quilting and this book provides a wealth of information. Its a reference book to have on your shelf for any questions relating to FMQ. The author covers whole cloth quilts, ruler work, thread, batting and much more. Each section includes a quilting goals worksheet where you can record your progress and work toward your goals of FMQ. It is definitely an every thing you need to know about FMQ in one book! The quilting designs provided look difficult but the author breaks them down into easy to accomplish designs. This is definitely a WOW! book.
10 Innovative Wholecloth Quilt Designs • 8 Skill-Building Lessons
Build the framework, then fill it in!
Using wholecloth quilts, Jen Eskridge provides 10 elaborate linear quilting designs as a framework for building free-motion quilting designs. Eight process chapters detail everything from planning and designing to marking and materials, making this the perfect book for anyone hoping to improve their machine-quilting skills—no matter their skill level! Plus, a huge gallery of 40 quilts from 17 contributing quilters, with each linear design interpreted 4 ways, provides oodles of inspiration.
• Easy-to-follow techniques and stunning projects build your free-motion quilting skills and your confidence
• Each design includes a handy Quilting Goals Worksheet to guide you from goal-setting to marking elaborate designs to quilting
• Make the designs your own! Includes tips for resizing designs and applying them to traditional quilt blocks
8" x 10"
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