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Creative Quilting: Alternatives to Free Motion
Creative Quilting: Alternatives to Free Motion
Susan Cleveland
Use simple techniques, get incredible quilting; no free motion required!
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Give your quilts the flawless finish they deserve! Confidently complete any project with beautiful binding and perfect piping. It'’s easier than you think.
Susan  Cleveland
with Susan Cleveland
Discover easy walking-foot skills and new motifs that will accentuate your piecing, create tantalizing texture and beautifully enhance any project!
Jacquie Gering
with Jacquie Gering
Finish fabulous, fulfilling quilts at home with your walking foot. Tap into the creative power of your walking foot as you quilt linear, curved and concentric designs.
Jacquie Gering
with Jacquie Gering
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