Machine & Longarm Quilting Books – See all Purchasing Options –
- Machine & Longarm Quilting Books – See all Purchasing Options –
These books below will take you through the step-by-step process of Machine and Longarm quilting and the many techniques these Authors have learned throughout their many years of experience. A great addition to any quilting library!
Applique the Basics and Beyond: The Complete Guide to Successful Machine and Hand Techniques with Dozens of Designs to Mix and Match Spiral-bound – June 16, 2006 by Janet Pittman (Author) $19.99!
In 144 easy-to-read, easy-to-understand pages with more than 550 full-colour illustrations, teacher and designer Janet Pittman has created a stunning and comprehensive guide to applique. Beginners will find everything they need to know to get started successfully. Experienced appliquers who want to improve their techniques will be inspired by the hundreds of photos, patterns for mixing and matching and personal tips. Contents include: chapters on equipment and supplies; preparing applique, stitching and embellishing; 7 inspiring projects and 12 alternative quilt layouts; 16 pattern groups for mixing and matching; and 23 notebooks with essential how-to information.
Heirloom Machine Quilting: A Comprehensive Guide to Hand-Quilted Effects Using Your Sewing Machine Spiral-bound – June, 1995 by Harriet Hargrave (Author) $19.99!
The third edition of an illustrated handbook on machine quilting, originally published in 1987, which includes details of the skills required to produce quilts using a sewing machine, with a range of projects for different quilted pieces.
Machine Appliqué for the Terrified Quilter Paperback – May 13, 2008 by Sharon Pederson (Author) $19.99!
Wait 'til you see all the different ways you can appliqué by machine! Discover how to get the look of fine hand appliqué--or a fresh, funky look--with the precision and ease of machine sewing. Learn Sharon's smart techniques, and then get ready to play. Find all you need to overcome any machine-appliqué fears--try invisible machine appliqué, blanket-stitch appliqué, satin-stitch appliqué, and more. Follow Sharon's lead to master each technique, and then choose one of nine companion projects to try out your new skills. With Sharon's friendly, fun writing style, you'll be a machine-appliqué expert in no time.
Machine Embroidery With Confidence: A Beginner's Guide Paperback – August 10, 2005 by Nancy Zieman (Author) $14.99!
Nancy Zieman, the nation's most recognized and revered sewing expert, teaches aspiring and experienced embroiders everything they need to know to master this craft. An easy-to-understand tutorial explains the basics of machine embroidery, and detailed
Machine Quilting with Decorative Threads Paperback – March 23, 2011 by Maurine Noble (Author), $19.99!
When it comes to machine quilting, there's a thread for every occasion, and an occasion for every thread. Now you can create dazzling, eye-catching quilts with all of the wonderful colors and textures of today's decorative threads. Eleven easy-to-follow exercises will show you how decorative threads can make your quilts sparkle and pop. Special techniques for quilting both through the needle and from the bobbin of your sewing machine. Convenient charts for determining which threads and needles will work best with your projects. Reliable methods for couching curves, appliqués, and angled shapes. Hints and advice on making adjustments to your sewing machine for optimum results.
Making Antique Quilts Hardcover – November 1, 2005 by Rita Weiss (Author) $14.99!
Recreate beautiful antique quilts from the pioneer days of the 1850s to the wartime 1940s--and preserve the stories they tell about America's quilting heritage. Twenty antique quilts are pictured in detailed color photos with fascinating information about each of the originals in their era. Complete, photo-filled instructions explain how to make yesterday's quilts with today's fabrics, techniques, and materials. The projects have been expertly chosen by one of the world's leading authors, publishers, and lecturers on the history of needlework. Among her selections: Chimney Sweep Variation, developed by quilters with only small pieces of fabric available; the Double Wedding Ring, a gift quilt from the 1820s; and Jacob's Ladder, another pattern drawn from the farm home scrap basket.
Mastering Machine Applique: The Complete Guide Including: Invisible Machine Applique Satin Stitch Blanket Stitch & Much More Paperback – February 1, 2002 by Harriet Hargrave (Author) $19.99!
Create your own machine appliquE masterpieces with this newly updated classic. Easy exercises let you practice your new skills.
Quilting Designs from the Past 300+ Designs from 1810 1940 by Kinney, Jenny Carr [C & T Pub,2009] (Paperback) Paperback $14.99!
Quilting Designs from the Past 300+ Designs from 1810 1940 by Kinney, Jenny Carr. Published by C & T Pub,2009, Binding: Paperback. Make your quilts look like antiques with over 300 historically accurate quilting designs from 1810-1840.
Show Me How to Machine Quilt- Print on Demand Edition Paperback – January 1, 2011 by Kathy Sandbach (Author) $14.99!
Important Note about PRINT ON DEMAND Editions: You are purchasing a print on demand edition of this book. This book is printed individually on uncoated (non-glossy) paper with the best quality printers available. The printing quality of this copy will vary from the original offset printing edition and may look more saturated. The information presented in this version is the same as the latest edition. Any pattern pullouts have been separated and presented as single pages. If the pullout patterns are missing, please contact c&t publishing.
Ultimate Guide to Longarm Machine Quilti: How to Use ANY Longarm Machine Techniques, Patterns & Pantographs Starting a Business Hiring a Longarm Machine Quilter Paperback – October 1, 2002 by Taylor Taylor (Author) $19.99!
Learn the basics of longarm quilting and longarm machines, plus the business of quilting and great new quilting designs! From maintenance to custom designs to advertising, this is a guide to using longarm quilting machines. It explores how the process works and offers advice on the tools, supplies and accessories needed. The volume includes 32 pages of pantograph patterns, a quilt project, and a gallery of quilts.
Whitework Quilting: Creative Techniques for Designing Wholecloth and Adding Trapunto to Your Quilts Hardcover – September 1, 2004 by Karen McTavish (Author) $29.99!
A guide to creating wholecloth quilts as well as an examination of the art of quilting, this work provides an in-depth analysis of more than 50 quilts and the technique and inspiration behind their composition.