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Those who have struggled with machine quilting will be relieved and delighted with the author's step-by-step tour of the world of machine quilting. Ports of call on the tour include fabric selection and preparation, choosing batting and backing fabric, pin basting layers, marking the quilt, thread choice, quilting sequence, walking foot and free-motion quilting, and finishing and washing the quilt. The sections on marking the quilting design and changing bobbin tension are particularly helpful as are the tips on lighting and managing the quilt in the machine. Practice your skills on three charming quilt patterns: Trip Around the World wall quilt, Log Cabin Revisited, and Sixteen Baskets of Mud.
|Number of Pages||128|
|Number of Illustrations||166|
|Dimensions||8.50" x 11.00" x .75"|
|Publisher||American Quilter's Society|
- Guide to Machine Quilting by Diane Gaudynski — Review by McCall's Quilting magazine
- A must-have, in-depth reference by a true master quilter. Gorgeous photos, practical advice, and who wouldn't want to know how Diane makes her magic? -- McCall’s Quilting magazine, July-August 2011, page 16. (Posted on 6/16/12)
- An invaluable resource — Review by The Quilter Magazine