Walk 2.0: More Machine Quilting with Your Walking Foot (Paperback)

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Kick “Quilt as Desired” to the curb with this practical guide to machine quilting using your walking foot by bestselling author and international instructor Jacquie Gering
 

In Jacquie Gering’s follow-up to her bestselling Walk, she offers new patterns to take your walking-foot quilting to the next level. Based on survey responses from her students, she includes examples of the same quilt top quilted in different designs to help you select the quilting patterns that are just right for your latest finished project. Packed with more point-to-point designs, sashiko-inspired machine quilting, and innovative repeated concentric simple shapes, Walk 2.0will appeal to any quilter who wants the control of a walking foot, but the look of beautiful custom quilting.
 

About the Author


Jacquie Gering is a prolific speaker and quilt teacher and a recognized leader in the modern quilting movement. She uses quilting as a medium to express her commitment to anti-violence and the issues of poverty and diversity. She loves being a part of the larger quilting community and is passionate about recruiting new quilters from diverse backgrounds. Visit her website at jacquiegering.com.
 


Product Details
ISBN: 9781940655437
ISBN-10: 1940655439
Publisher: Lucky Spool
Publication Date: June 9th, 2020
Pages: 160
Language: English

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