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Thread: quilting books and dvds

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    sunnyhope's Avatar
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    anyone heard of this

    60 Machine Quilting Patterns (Dover Needlework)
    AUTHOR: Holly; Pat; Nickels; Sue

    or which ones do u recomend?

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    Senior Member quiltingbee12's Avatar
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    If you do machine quilting, its a great book to have. Otherwise, no.

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    well i want to learn it so i dont have to send mine away to be quilted cause one its do damn expensive and 2 i want to do the whole thing myself :mrgreen:

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    I quilt mine in sections then put together much easier than doing the whole quilt and someplace on this board is a teaching method called fun and done
    it is a great teaching method so you may want to check that out
    Good Luck Dodie

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    Super Member Rose Marie's Avatar
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    I just bought "Elegant Machine Quilting" by Joanie Poole. Amazon has it for 6.99. used
    It is free motion quilting on a regular sewing machine.
    Cant wait to get it.
    I also just finished a Fun and Done, it is a great way to make quilt as you go quilts.

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