Pat Sloan's Teach Me to Machine Quilt - Learn the Basics of Walking Foot and Free-Motion Quilting

by Pat Sloan
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B1395

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Popular teacher, designer, and online radio host Pat Sloan teaches all you need to know to machine quilt successfully. In this third book of her beginner-friendly "Teach Me" series, Pat guides you step by step through walking-foot and free-motion quilting techniques. First-time quilters will be confidently quilting in no time, and experienced stitchers will discover the joy of finishing their quilts themselves.

  • No-fear learning for quilting novices--Pat covers all the information you need to quilt from start to finish
  • Pat guides you through simple and fun practice projects, including a strip-pieced table runner and an easy applique design
  • Collect the entire skill-building library of Pat Sloan's popular "Teach Me" series of books


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Author:
by Pat Sloan
Size:
8.375" x 10.875"
Format Description:
full color; softcover
Pages:
96
Product Code:
B1395
ISBN:
9781604688313
Publication Date:
October 4th, 2016
Return Info:
This title accepted for returns only in resale condition
I knew the day would come.

In 1991 I learned the quilt stitch and for years enjoyed spending a few hours every evening hand quilting. Now twenty-six years later, instead of quilting a bed-sized quilt in two or four months it took me two winters. TWO WINTERS. In the meantime, I finished six or more quilt tops.

I hauled a pile of quilt tops to a machine quilter in January. It is now May and I have not got one back. And when I do, I know I had better have a wheelbarrow to carry what I am going to owe her.

The day has come...to learn how to machine quilt my quilt projects.

Luckily, the marvelous Pat Sloan has prepared a book for people like me, a step-by-step, illustrated, simplified, marvelous resource! She covers all the bases, including how to quilt with a walking foot and free motion quilting.

And if we still have reservations about tackling machine quilting, Pat includes multiple patterns for quilt projects and then walks us through machine quilting them.

Thank you, Pat! You have thought of everything.

I am eager to try my hand at machine quilting again. I have done some projects but without Pat's knowledge under my belt, and I think I will be more pleased with the results after reading Teach Me To Machine Quilt!
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Midewest Book Review, January 2017

Teach Me to Machine Quilt: Learn the Basics of Walking-Foot & Free-Motion Quilting comes from a quilting teacher and designer who offers the third book in her "Teach Me" series for quilting students. Here she offers step-by-step coverage of the walking-foot and free-motion quilting techniques, using easy projects beginners will appreciate and presuming little prior familiarity with either machine or quilting practices. From how to plan designs and handle the quilt to cutting shapes, finishing, and assembly, Teach Me to Machine Quilt is packed with patterns and step-by-step large and small color photos throughout and is highly recommended for novices looking for solid visual instruction.

Pat Sloan

Pat Sloan is a quilt designer, author, teacher, podcast show producer and host, and fabric designer. Her passion for making quilts, sharing quilts, and talking with quilters about quilts is limitless. Pat hosts several Internet groups where quilters share on a daily basis, sew together, and have fun. She also writes about quilting on her blog.

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