These authors have joined forces to reintroduce the triangle in quilting. This is a new look for a seasoned shape with parameters that provide structure, clear direction, and focus for the projects. The projects get back to basics with lessons learned at Granny's knee. Traditional methods and styles provide a springboard to updated quilt patterns. Quilt projects and patterns encourage taking risks to create your own piece of art. View quilts already made using the free range concept of the triangle.
It's easy to plan your machine quilting—simply open Shape by Shape Free-Motion Quilting with Angela Walters and find creative inspiration on every page. User-friendly and visually exciting, the contents are first divided into three sections: Blocks, Negative Space, and Borders. Then, to make it even more accessible, the Blocks section is further organized by five shapes: Squares, Triangles, Circles, Diamonds, and Hexagons. With an illustrated index, 70 free-motion quilting designs, crystal-clear instructions, and gorgeous full-page photographs, this is the go-to resource you'll want handy before starting any quilting project.
Piece together lovely star quilts in less than half the time with the help of directions that are easy enough for beginners. Revolutionary template-free cutting and piecing methods help create 12 variations of quilt patterns, including Pennsylvania Star, Children's Pinwheel, Lone Star Flower, more. 15 full-color illustrations. Numerous black-and-white illustrations, diagrams.
With quilters by the thousands accessing the Internet, this book is the perfect guide to the Web's infinite possibilities. The book describes and lists quilting sites that offer the best free stuff. Quilters will love using this guide to finding quilt patterns, quilt articles, quilting supplies, and more advice than could be read in a lifetime. 75 b&w illustrations.