Modern Quilting Designs - Bethany Nicole Pease

Modern Quilting Designs

By Bethany Nicole Pease

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-12-01
  • Book Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
  • Author: Bethany Nicole Pease
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Be fearless with your free-motion quilting! This intermediate-level guide is filled with 92 modern quilting designs for borders, blocks, and fillers—many are continuous-line. These fun, freeform shapes and lines give an imaginative spark to any quilt. Pebbles, waves, vines, and finials are just a few things that inspire Bethany Pease’s hip and doodly designs. Quilting diagrams show you how to put designs together for the best effect. Bethany runs a long-arm business and doodles every chance she gets. She’ll also show you how to spot interesting patterns wherever you look to translate into your quilting.

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  • Modern Quilting Designs

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    By Linmeili
    I was disappointed with this book. Most of the designs are interesting and attractive, but they are presented in a raw, not-the-final-draft format that makes them less appealing than they might be. The quilter with limited experience in free-motion quilting is not going to find any help in this book about getting started or figuring out how to quilt the designs shown. Some of the designs are detached squiggles, which are tedious in machine quilting because one has to fasten off the thread at the beginning and end of each squiggle. I would have liked to see at least a few of the designs shown in photographs as stitched out on a quilt. The connection between the photos of design inspirations and the resulting designs sometimes seemed tenuous. An abridged version of this book would have made a good long magazine article. As a book, ,it doesn't seem worth the price. I expected better value form C & T Publishing; most of their books I have are at least four-star worthy. It was annoying that the sample did not get beyond the author's introductory story about how she became a machine quilting enthusiast. It was impossible to tell from the sample whether the book would be any good.

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