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Now you CAN quilt as desired! The tips, techniques, and secrets in this book are must-haves for anyone interested in excellent free-motion machine quilting, including domestic, midarm, and longarm sewers of any skill level. More than 200 color photos show a balance of inspirations for quilt designs, how-to illustrations from start to finish, 28 quilting patterns, and close-ups-front and back-of Judy's extraordinary stitching. This unique free-motion machine quilting book combines inspiration, how-to, and patterns with examples from 19 stunning quilts from a very accomplished competitive quilter willing to share her secrets.
|Number of Pages||80|
|Number of Illustrations||308|
|Dimensions||8.50" x 11.00" x .25"|
|Publisher||American Quilter's Society|
- Freemotion Quilting by Judy Woodworth — Review by Quilting Arts Magazine
- Sharing her secrets for striking and expressive free-motion quilts, Judy Woodworth takes readers through her entire process--from inspiration to finished quilt--with 62 quilting patterns, 19 examples, easy-to-follow instructions, and many tips and tricks along the way. Close-up photographs of Woodworth's detailed stitching are combined with clear descriptions on how to translate simple sketches and doodle drawings into intricate free-motion designs, pulling inspiration from a variety of sources. Woodworth derives her own designs from careful observation of the world and she provides candid insights on how to unlock the quilt design potential hidden in the nuance of everyday life. She firmly believes quilters should stop second-guessing their drawing skills, and that no matter their artistic skill set, everyone has innate drawing potential, perfect for translating to free-motion quilt designs.--Ellen Seeburger, Quilting Arts Magazine, April/May 2011, page 81. (Posted on 6/16/12)
- Freemotion Quilting by Judy Woodworth — Review by James A. Cox, Edtor-in-Chief
- Judy Woodworth's FREEMOTION QUILTING is a pick for any quilter interested in using a free-motion quilting machine. 28 quilt patterns and closeups of the author's stitching blends how-to with patterns, with over 200 color photos and how-to illustrations leaving nothing to puzzle. --James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, The Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review, January 2011. (Posted on 1/11/11)