Walk : Master Machine Quilting with Your Walking Foot
Quilters love the look of textural, detailed stitching that adds to the beauty of the quilt top design. This stitching is actually the "quilting" in quilting, and many quilters feel that paying a professional for machine quilting is one of their only options. The walking foot is an accessory for sewing machines that's often used for machine quilting, but many quilters only use it to stitch around their designs. But the walking foot can do so much more, and author Jacquie Gering shows all of her tips, tricks and techniques to master all of the skills needed to quilt with a walking foot. This book cover the basics of using the walking foot, in addition to preparing the quilt, marking, managing large quilts, preventing puckers and keeping lines straight. Chapters include a variety of types of walking-foot quilting, including channel quilting, matchstick quilting, and decorative stitch quilting. Quilters won't be limited to straight line quilting, either! They'll learn how to quilt spirals, simple curves, and and marked curves like braids and clamshells.
- Paperback | 144 pages
- 216 x 254 x 12mm | 524g
- 06 Dec 2016
- Lucky Spool Media
- United States
- 320 Illustrations, color
"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."
About Jacquie Gering
Jacquie Gering is a prolific speaker and teacher, and has demonstrated and lectured at QuiltCon, Road to California, AQS and was the keynote speaker for the Sister's Outdoor Quilt Show in 2014. She teaches three classes on Craftsy and has been a contributing designer and author for Modern Patchwork, Quilter's World and Quilter's Quarterly, as well as other publications. Jacquie is a leader in the modern quilting movement. She serves on the Board of Directors of the National Modern Quilt Guild and is one of the founding members of the Kansas City Modern Quilt Guild. Jacquie teaches and talks quilting across the country and shares her designs and quilting knowledge on her popular blog, Tallgrass Prairie Studio.