Natalia Bonner's Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting: 50+ Visual PDF

By Natalia Bonner

Photo tutorials express sewing in motion for fifty+ free-motion quilting designs to create sleek quilts with vintage kind! well known blogger and fashion designer, Natalia Bonner, illustrates her directions with distinct photographs that help you get attractive effects in your domestic stitching laptop. easy methods to 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 computer are incorporated. After you’ve practiced, sing their own praises your new abilities with six geometric duvet projects.

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Stitch a single circle, coming back to the original starting point. STEP 2. Stitch away from that circle to the opposite side of the border, and create another circle. STEP 3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2, creating circles in opposite directions all the way around the quilt border. tip As you approach each border corner, judge the distance that you will need to make a circle end up in the corner. Lengthen or shorten the space between the circles before the corner so the corner circle will fall exactly in the right space.

Hearts are a sweet addition to loops. STEP 1. Stitch a couple of loops, as described in Single Loops (page 25). From the last loop, stitch to a point that will be the center of the heart. STEP 2. From the center point of the heart, stitch out to one side to form half of the heart; pivot and stitch back on a line that mirrors the first line, ending in the same place where you began. 1 2 3 30 Beginner’s Guide to Free-Motion Quilting STEP 3. Stitch away from the heart in the opposite direction and continue stitching loops in alternating directions, with a heart after every 2 to 3 loops.

1 2 3 4 STEP 2. When you reach the center, stop and stitch back in a swirl motion, parallel to the first line of stitching and 1 8 ˝ apart. about 1/4 STEP 3. Stitch a second swirl next to the first, turning in the opposite direction, and then stitch a parallel line back. STEP 4. After completing a couple of swirls, begin stitching swirls that fill in. Stitch around the swirl and create a point to fill in between 2 swirls. Continue to stitch and fill until you have covered the entire area. 54 Beginner’s Guide to Free-Motion Quilting Microstipple Pattern is on page 174.

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