Feathers That Fly - How to Design, Mark, and Machine Quilt Feather Motifs

by Lee Cleland

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Take the intimidation out of machine quilting classic feather motifs with this easy-to-follow handbook! Discover a new technique in each chapter, along with projects for practice.

  • Choose from 14 projects that show you how to quilt straight-spine feathers, plus wreaths, curves, and cables
  • Learn to draw motifs or use the designs provided
  • See how different quilting designs can change the look of a quilt; a gorgeous photo gallery shows examples
  • Bonus! "Fast and Free" feather patterns;no drawing required;are provided for long-arm quilting machines

by Lee Cleland
8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
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full color, PDF digital download
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Publication Date:
May 6th, 2014
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Review from Anorina Morris, Samelia's Mum Blog, June 2014

If you're interested in developing your machine quilting skills, this book is for you! Lee Cleland takes the quilter on a feathery journey. By following the step-by-step progression in the book, we learn how to draw our own feathered quilting designs to fit any shape or border and how to turn corners with designs for a fluid, continuous pattern. Feathers that Fly includes plenty of patterns. Lee suggests tracing and copying the designs onto separate sheets of paper to practice, practice, practice. Feathers that Fly is a valuable resource for a quilter, looking to advance their skills in machine quilting.