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By Natalia Bonner

Photo tutorials express sewing in motion for fifty+ free-motion quilting designs to create glossy quilts with vintage sort! renowned blogger and fashion designer, Natalia Bonner, illustrates her directions with designated photographs that aid you get attractive effects in your domestic stitching laptop. cover all-over, as filler, on borders, and on person blocks…using loops and swirls, feathers and flames, plants and vines, pebbles and extra! contains counsel for selecting batting and thread, layering and basting, beginning and preventing, and prepping your computing device are incorporated. After you’ve practiced, blow their own horns your new abilities with six geometric duvet projects.

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STEP 2. Stitch an “echo” of the clam shape. STEP 3. Stitch a second “echo”; then stitch a second clam going in a different direction. The second clam is done in the same manner, starting with the smallest clam first and then filling in with larger clams. STEP 4. Continue stitching clam shapes with 2 or 3 echoes on each clam, varying their direction. Fill in with more clams and echoes. tip 1 2 3 4 When you finish the second clam, you may need to move to a new space away from the first two clams to start a third clam.

After one side is complete, move to the second side of the spine. Repeat the process, stitching double feathers to fill the border entirely. 2 3 Borders and Sashings 59 Double-Spine Feathers Pattern is on page 143. These feathers add a bit of a custom look with the simple addition of a second spine line stitched parallel to the first. You will quilt the same single wavy line as done in the previous feathers. This design uses the rounded feather. 1 STEP 1. Stitch a wavy spine line all along the middle of the border, as described in Rounded Feathers (page 57).

STEP 3. Continue stitching pebbles, with smaller inner pebbles, going in opposite directions until you have covered the entire area. 48 Beginner’s Guide to Free-Motion Quilting 1 2 3 C Pebbles Pattern is on page 169. You get a lot of great texture with the C pebble design. STEP 1. Begin stitching near a corner or side of the area you are filling. Stitch a small circle. When you arrive back at the original starting point, stitch a small C shape inside the original pebble. When the C is complete, stitch back on the C stitching to the circle.

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