Free Motion Quilting From Daisy to Paisley
Jump into free motion quilting with a handy mini book to featuring 50 beginner level designs!
Free Motion Quilting From Daisy to Paisley is a 79 page mini book featuring the best beginner level free motion quilting designs created by Leah Day. This small 5.5 x 8.5-inch book is perfect to keep next to your sewing machine to inspire you as you quilt.
Each design is accompanied by a short description and instruction for quilting it in free motion. If at any time you're confused by how to quilt a particular design, just google it! You can find detailed videos for how to quilt every design in the book on the Free Motion Quilting Project.
The designs in this book are organized by skill level and by family design type so you can easily find the right design for you. The chapters are broken down in such a way that if you can stitch just one design, chances are you will be able to master all the designs in that section.
Have a blast learning free motion quilting! Would you like to jump into free motion quilting with all your friends? Set up a retreat with your quilting friends and bring copies of Free Motion Quilting from Daisy to Paisley and challenge yourselves to stitch through every design in the book.
By the time you stitch out all 50 designs, you will understand free motion quilting much better and have at least a handful of designs you feel comfortable quilting on your next quilt.
Many quilters have held guild retreats and classes using this book as a guide and you can too!
This book is now available in two formats:
Perfect Bound Print Edition - This print version of the book is designed for quilters who still love browsing through a real book. Bright, beautiful photos showcase each design clearly and the mini-book size will be perfect to tuck right next to your sewing machine.
Downloadable Ebook Edition - This downloadable edition will save you money on shipping and it will arrive immediately via a download link in your email. This format is great for quilters on the go who prefer to purchase downloadable books that can be opened and read on a tablet, or printed out as needed to try out the patterns.
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