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Go beyond dull, dry descriptions of sewing machine attachments. Learn how they enable techniques to create beautiful quilts and home dec projects, learn 15 sewing machine techniques, create 10 quilt and home dec projects, and use multiple techniques per project. A convenient index pegs techniques to projects and vice versa. Supply lists include machine accessories for any brand of machine.
|Number of Pages||64|
|Number of Illustrations||131|
|Dimensions||8.50" x 11.00" x .20"|
|Publisher||American Quilter's Society|
- More Creative Sewing Techniques by Machine — Review by Kathie R Kerler
- This is a good reference for anyone who has purchased a new machine and isn't sure where to start. But the variety of projects focusing on quilts and pillows also makes it a great motivator for those who have owned their machines for some time and are looking to try something new. The Twisted Ribbon pattern is especially attractive and includes several interesting techniques. (Posted on 3/5/12)
- More Creative Sewing Techniques by Machine — Review by Patty Martin
- It's easy to forget that most sewing machines have a lot of fancy stitches and fancy feet that could be used to make some really creative items for the home. This book starts out by showing some techniques, such as couching, fringing, pintucks, reverse bobbin work, that you can easily use with those fancy stitches and fancy feet that are lying around. Then it shows several beautiful projects such as pillows, wall hangings, and table runners using these techniques. (Posted on 2/26/12)