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WALK: Master Machine Quilting with Your Walking Foot Paperback – December 6, 2016
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"Quilting with a walking foot is well within reach of any quilter with a sewing machine, and Gering's guide will open quilter's eyes to machine quilting possibilities beyond free-motion techniques."(Library Journal)
About the Author
Jacquie is a prolific speaker and quilt teacher. The International Association of Creative Arts Professionals named her quilt teacher of the year in 2014. Jacquie is a leader in the modern quilting movement and is the Chairman of the Board of the International Modern Quilt Guild. 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 young and new quilters to join the community that has given her so much.
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Even though most of the information in the book is also discussed in Jacquie's three Craftsy classes, I really like this book because pictures and instructions and is a great reference book.
Jacquie is into modern quilting whereas I tend to make mostly traditional quilts. Even with that, I find the techniques very useful.
It would have been a bonus if the publisher had used spiral binding for this book so that it would lay flat when opened. I took my copy to a local printing company and the cut off the spine and spiral bound it--for less than $5. Now it's perfect.
Well worth buying!
A perfect addition to my quilting library. Very thorough step by step in the process of machine quilting. Many designs are explained in detail with very creative ways to get that "finished and professional image':. Free motion quilting just does not work for me and this text and technique is my alternative to long arm quilting. I'll just quilt it myself and this book is an excellent resource. Thanks Jacquie