This book of quilting designs is actually a 'pocket' which contains the designs on separate sheets which open out into large sheets
Ships from and sold by Ricsmak. This book of quilting designs is actually a 'pocket' which contains the designs on separate sheets which open out into large sheets. 48 people found this helpful.
Follow-The-Line Quilting Designs Volume 2 book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read
Follow-The-Line Quilting Designs Volume 2 book. Mary M. Covey is back with more of exactly what. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
There is also a 16 page book with complete instructions THE QUILTING WEB . About the Author. Three-time author Mary Covey's award-winning quilt designs have been featured in Miniature Quilts and Quilting Today magazines. She is the owner of The Good Life, a quilt-pattern company.
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Patterns can be used on a home sewing machine, a long-arm quilting machine, or even by hand quilters.
Using the instruction booklet in Follow-the-Line Quilting Designs, you can learn how to use the 18 quilting motifs to.
Using the instruction booklet in Follow-the-Line Quilting Designs, you can learn how to use the 18 quilting motifs to mark a quilting design on a quilt. With light fabrics, you should be able to set the pattern behind the fabric and trace the motif. For darker fabrics, quilters are directed to use a lightbox to trace the designs.
Mary M. Covey is an award-winning quilter.
Patterns are perfect for use with home sewing machines or long-arm machines-or even for quilting by hand. Owner of a quilt-pattern company, the Good Life, Mary has quilted for more than 21 years and has spent a majority of this time sharing her talent and knowledge with others through teaching and speaking engagements. Mary's work has afforded her much acclaim, from television shows to print publications.
the sheets are loose. You just lay them out and follow them with the laser beam on your quilt frame. or you could trace them onto the quilt
the sheets are loose. or you could trace them onto the quilt. I also have a regular book called Quilting Dot to Dot, patterns for Today's Machine Quilter by Cheryl Barnes. But of the two, the first has more applications.