If You Can Feather You Can Freehand

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If You Can Feather You Can Freehand: Customize your quilts with freehand quilting, using the fabric to create a theme by Bethanne Nemesh

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Description

Every quilt is unique and can have a unique quilting treatment without the time commitment of show level quilting. In “If You Can Feather You Can Freehand” award winning quilter Bethanne Nemesh takes you through the steps of creating fast and easy free motion quilting motifs. For those still learning to feather, Bethanne begins with the basics of freehand feathers on a longarm quilting machine. One step at a time, she transforms these non-backtracking feathers into leaves, berries, and more! There are more than 50 mix and match designs combined to make blocks, borders, sashing, and edge to edge treatments. The illustrations and easy to follow instruction will have you quilting even complex motifs in no time!

Additional information

Weight 14 oz
Dimensions 11 × 9 × 1 in
Author

Bethanne Nemesh

Product Type

Book

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2 reviews for If You Can Feather You Can Freehand

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Great Illustrations Bethanne explains the process of using free motion techniques in a clearly organized way. Although I still have much to learn, her books have provided me with techniques and ideas that have allowed me to grow as a longarm quilter.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    This is my first Bethanne Nemesh book and it is a real treat! I'm thrilled with the beautiful design inspiration and clear instructions that make these designs achievable even for someone like me who doesn't have a lot of art experience but has a big passion for quilting! I would definitely recommend it to both beginning and advanced free motion quilters whether they are quilting on a longarm or domestic sewing machine.

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