Want inspiration for your free motion quilting Now you have the perfect tool This spiral bound book is full of designs JUST designs and will lay flat on your work surface or your quilt to keep your hands on the quilt and that needle moving The secondfirst in a new series, this visual guide is filled with over 75 continuous line designs from your favorite designers to get you stitching Perfect for domestic and longarm machines....
|Title||:||Free-Motion Designs for Allover Patterns: 75+ Designs from Natalia Bonner, Christina Cameli, Jenny Carr Kinney, Laura Lee Fritz, Cheryl Malkowski. Sheila Sinclair Snyder, and Angela Walters!|
|Publisher||:||C T Publishing February 7, 2018|
|Number of Pages||:||160 pages|
|File Size||:||568 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Free-Motion Designs for Allover Patterns: 75+ Designs from Natalia Bonner, Christina Cameli, Jenny Carr Kinney, Laura Lee Fritz, Cheryl Malkowski. Sheila Sinclair Snyder, and Angela Walters! Reviews
I just received this in today's mail, and I have to say I'm pretty disappointed. This is a book of line-drawn doodles, with absolutely no instruction - not even a little star to tell you where to start or arrows to show the direction. If you've been doing FMQ for awhile, it's not a problem, but if you're a beginner, you'll be lost. Secondly, while this book contains designs from all my very favorite quilters, there are no new designs - just repeats of designs already presented in their individual books. You're far better off buying the books by Angela Walters, Christina Cameli, Natalia Bonner, Cheryl Malkowski, etc, than buying this book. And finally, while the spiral binding is nice in that the book lays flat when open, the spiral punches right through the middle of the designs. I don't think I'll bother putting this on my bookshelf.
I purchased the book for $9.25. At that price I think this book is a handy reference to have. I like being able to lay the book down flat. I don’t find the spiral binding an issue with the designs in the book. I am assuming most if not all of these designs are intended to be stitched as a continuous line so I am surprised and disappointed that there is only one design (page 158) in the book that indicates where to start. A starting point and direction is fairly obvious with many of the designs, but other designs would have really benefited from having some directional indicators.
Great source for designs for use with Long arm or regular machine. It's hard to think of quilting designs when you sit down to finish your quilt. It helps to see actual designs. Even helps give you ideas. Thank you to all who helped make life a little easier.
Disappointed in content. Just a bunch of drawings.
Many of the patterns are not possible to do on a longarm with continual quilting. Some would have too many starts and stops. This book would benefit from starting points and arrows leading to and end point.
Great book and patterns. Can easily be traced with long arms laser stylus. Arrived in a soft sided padded envelope which allowed the wire spiral binder to be crushed. Should have shipped in a boxe for better protection.
GREAT book! Has some lovely quilting designs and good ideas for patterns!!!
Would have liked starting points and arrows but will highlight a portion eventually.