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Machine Quilting With Alex Anderson: 7 Exercises, Projects & Full-size Quilting Patterns

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This practical, informative, and always inspiring volume presents seven exercises and seven projects to teach readers all the basic techniques, from straight-line quilting to stippling, and more complex motifs. "Machine Quilting" also includes expert information from one of the world's best-loved quilters on everything from setting up a workspace and adjusting your machine ...more
Paperback, 56 pages
Published July 10th 2007 by C & T Pub (first published February 1st 2007)
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Sandy H
May 29, 2011 rated it liked it
Recommended to Sandy by: sandyquiltz@gmail.com
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Machine Quilting with Alex Anderson is a good companion book to Beautifully Quilted with Alex Anderson. (See my review.) In Beautifully Quilted, Anderson teaches the reader how to create quilt designs from scratch--which is very useful, although the designs she presents are much more easily suited to hand quilting, which is her first love. Machine Quilting deals with this issue, albeit briefly, with a short section on adapting hand quilting designs to machine--continuous line--quilting.

As always, she begins with a brief description of
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Rebecca Grace
Apr 26, 2010 rated it it was ok
Shelves: sewing
I didn't learn much that I didn't already know. Instructions are rudimentary, but some of the patterns might come in handy for quick-to-churn-out baby gift quilts.
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Alex Anderson works as a graduate architect in his home city of Melbourne where he was born and raised.
In his spare time he loves to read, write, and especially game. Alex has a strong interest in the Science Fiction genre for both novels & games, and is a fan of Michael Crichton, Neal Stephenson, and Eric Nylund to name a few.