Beginning Quilting Books

Make Simple Projects Using Beginning Quilting Books

These beginning quilting books can be a great asset when you are just learning to quilt. Many of the designs appear to be far more complicated than they really are!

In fact, most people who don’t quilt, will be quite impressed and think that you are far more advanced with your quilting skills, than you are.  So choose your patterns carefully, if you want to impress your family and friends!

Course on making jelly roll quiltsGet Your Video Course on Making Jelly Roll Quilts

Isn’t it great that you can buy precut fabrics for making quilts? But, sometimes it’s hard to get motivated, because you just don’t know what to do with the fabric you just bought! Kimberly Einmo to the rescue! Kimberly will show you in this suberb video course, how to make a number of really cool quilts, using jelly rolls. She’ll also show you how to do invisible and contrasting thread appliques and give you some ideas on how to use those leftover pieces! Sign up now for this fun video course on making jelly roll quilts…

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 Your First Quilt Book (or it should be!)

Your First Quilt Book (or it should be!)
An excellent reference for any quilter’s library–especially beginners.
 Start Quilting with Alex Anderson: Everything First-Time Quilters Need to Succeed

Start Quilting with Alex Anderson: Everything First-Time Quilters Need to Succeed
Written in language that is simple and to the point, this book introduces seven different quilt blocks that have the shapes quilters work with the most.
 Complete Guide to Quilting

Complete Guide to Quilting
Comprehensive guide to basic quilting skills, with great color pictures and easy-to-follow instructions.
 Machine Quilting Made Easy (The Joy of Quilting)

Machine Quilting Made Easy (The Joy of Quilting)
Great choice for the beginning quilter, with clear, easy-to-understand directions.
 Beginner's Guide to Free-Motion Quilting

Beginner’s Guide to Free-Motion Quilting
This book has a wealth of techniques and tips to help everyone improve their free-motion quilting skills, whether they are a beginner or experienced quilter.
 Quilting For Dummies

Quilting For Dummies
Well organized with some great quilt patterns. Excellent diagrams and illustrations combined, with clear step by step instructions.

Start with a small project, like a pillow, pot holder, placemat or a wall hanging. It’s a great way to practice your skills, and small items are a lot easier to quilt on your machine than large quilts, like bed quilts. Starting small will insure your success.

And, let’s face it, it is much more fun if you can see the results of your efforts, quickly!

Start with a small, simple quilting project
with instructions for beginners.

Beginning quilting books can help you make simple projects like these pillows.

Sometimes a video can make a process more clear than just reading about it. You may be interested in watching one of these videos:

log cabin quilt cours

Now you can make Log Cabin Quilts–Fast and Easy!

This video course will have you making your first log cabin quilt in short time! Author and designer Nancy Smith will show you, in 7 fun video sessions, just how to get started. You’ll also be able to make a number of variations of the every popular log cabin quilt. Don’t miss out! Get started on this video course now…

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