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You Really Can Quilt Every Top You Make! Quilting your projects is just as much fun as piecing them can be. Learn to "decode" your quilts to complete your quilt top. Freehand 49 topstitching designs that can be used time and time again with no marking. Did you know that your tops can tell you exactly how to quilt them? It’s true! Expert machine quilter Christine Maraccini guides you through every step, taking cues from the intended use of the quilt and the shapes and patterns created by your piecing and appliqué. Discover no-mark-motifs that fit each space and learn the techniques to apply them to your own unique quilt. Includes complete, step-by-step instructions for 6 quilts, including 3 different quilting options for each and 9 trapunto templates!
Published: C&T Publishing, Inc. an imprint of NBN Books on
ISBN: 9781607050650
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