Your Go-To Guide In Quilting Free-Motion Designs Quilting is an art that involves the binding of three layers—the quilt top, the batting, and the backing material—to form a single piece that can be used as an embellishment, wall hanging, or for the provision of warmth, amongst others. This craft takes the art of sewing to a deeper level, where you also get to work with a quilting machine. There was a time when quilted projects began to look quite uninteresting to the eye; this is where free-motion quilling stepped in. Free-motion quilting is the quilting of different designs (patterns and curves) on the surface of a quilted project, thereby making the project have a more beautiful and ornate look. You might have seen these designs on quilted blankets, coasters, placemats, or some other quilted projects. Now, before you get too excited about this style of craft, you must know that the free-motion quilting technique could get quite overwhelming and frustrating if you begin on the wrong note. You'd need to familiarize yourself with the tips, tricks, and other important knowledge resources you can lay hold of regarding this craft to get started the right way; this is why this book, Free-Motion Quilling Handbook, was written. Below are the highlight of what this book covers; • Free-motion tips and tricks to help you get the best from your quilting project • Free-motion quilting terms and their definitions • The tools and materials required to quilt free-motion projects • Tips in setting up your quilting workspace • Getting your sewing machine up and ready • Free-motion quilting designs to practice such as stipple, meanders, loops, pebbles, etc. • Applying free-motion quilting designs to modern projects • Troubleshooting common mistakes in free-motion quilting And lots more! What more are you waiting for? Get a copy of this book RIGHT NOW to get started.