Design and stitch beautiful machine quilting with the walking foot on your home sewing machine - no free-motion required!
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Mary Mashuta began quilting in the early 1970s and has been teaching quiltmaking internationally since 1985. Her quilts and garments have been in numerous national shows. Mary began as a hand quilter, but she switched to machine quilting with the walking foot in the 1990s. She prides herself on creating interesting quilting designs with the walking foot and has discovered how to use heavier threads on the top of the machine. Because she never moved on to free-motion quilting, she has been able to help numerous other quilters who are "drop the feed dog" challenged to discover that they can quilt their own quilts with interesting designs without ever doing free-motion quilting. Mary has two degrees in home economics. She has published six books with C&T. She has also written numerous magazine articles. She lives in Berkeley, California, with her sister and fellow quilter, Roberta Horton. Visit Mary at www.marymashuta.com.Review:
Nov 10 This is a great book to encourage even the most inexperienced machine quilter to get on and have a go. Included are some great tips for designing your own quilting templates and tips on equipment and techniques to use. Mary shares some great ideas. Australian Quilter's Companion July 09 This book has the potential to change the life of quiltmakers who would love to be able to complete their own projects using their domestic sewing machines. Mary Mashuta explains how to design quilting patterns that add interest to a quilt top and stitch them using a walking foot and with the feed dogs up-that's right this is not about free-machine quilting but about simple stitching for stunning results. And it's not all stitching 'in the ditch' either. Mary provides 'no maths' methods for creating block border quilting designs that will perfectly fit quilts of all shapes and sizes. Australian Homespun
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