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  • Walk: Master Machine Quilting with Your Walking Foot

    Jacquie Gering shows all of her tips, tricks and techniques to master all of the skills needed to quilt with a walking foot.

    This book covers the basics of using the walking foot, in addition to preparing the quilt, marking, managing large quilts, preventing puckers and keeping lines straight. It includes a variety of types of walkingfoot quilting, including channel quilting, matchstick quilting and decorative stitch quilting.

    Quilters won't be limited to straight line quilting, either! They'll learn how to quilt spirals, simple curves and marked curves like braids and clamshells.

  • Weekend Quilting

    Australian author Jemima Flendt shows you how to create stylish quilts, cushions and runners in a few days or less. Written for quilters of all skill levels, this easy-to-use guide features:

    • Step-by-step directions for making16 quilts (three bed-size, eight mini quilts, two runners, three cushions) designed to be completed over a weekend
    • Quiltmaking basics and finishing techniques as well as tips on using pre-cuts, templates and rulers
    • Techniques include: English paper piecing, foundation paper piecing, strip piecing, fussy cutting, appliqué and working on smaller-scale designs and with light and dark fabrics

  • Wonderful One Patch Quilts

    What can you sew with a 60° ruler and a simple, repeated shape? The possibilities are endless!

    • Sew 20 one-patch quilts from triangles, half- and quarter-hexagons, diamonds and other easy, repeated motifs
    • Two authors, two perfect methods! Try scrap piecing like Sara or strip cutting with Marci
    • Start with full-size templates and play with intriguing colour placement for quick quilt tops that wow