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Tangle stitches for quilters + fabric artists : relax, meditate, and create with rhythmic stitches

Author: Jane Monk
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Creative Publishing International, [2014] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Zentangle = filling odd shaped spaces with repetitive patterns using pen and paper, developed by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. Zentangle quilting = filling odd shaped spaces with repetitive patterns using machine stitches and thread. Free-motion quilting in repetitive patterns is not new to quilters. They have long used stitch patterns like "vermicelli" and "echo" stitching to quilt their projects. "Tangle  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Patterns
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jane Monk
ISBN: 9781589237971 1589237978
OCLC Number: 882566154
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 128 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: Part One: The basics; Tools for drawing and stitching --
Transferring the designs to fabric --
How to draw with tangle patterns --
Tangle patterns --
Tangle stitches for Longarm Machine Quilters --
Part Two: The projects; Pin cushion with a twist --
Bag tags and ATCs --
Quilted names --
Hand-stitched journal cover --
Felt jar covers --
Mini quilts --
Tangled trio table runner --
Tangled nine-patch quilt --
Quilt label.
Other Titles: Tangle stitches for quilters and fabric artists
Responsibility: Jane Monk.
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"Zentangle = filling odd shaped spaces with repetitive patterns using pen and paper, developed by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. Zentangle quilting = filling odd shaped spaces with repetitive patterns using machine stitches and thread. Free-motion quilting in repetitive patterns is not new to quilters. They have long used stitch patterns like "vermicelli" and "echo" stitching to quilt their projects. "Tangle Stitches for Quilters and Fabric Artists" takes the concepts, theory and method of Zentangle and transfer them into quilting patterns and projects. You will learn how to create tangle patterns on paper and then how to create the same patterns in thread, the key difference being that Zentangle patterns on paper are 'one stroke at a time' while quilting patterns are most efficiently achieved in one continuous line. Zentangle-inspired quilting projects include materials, how to mark and prepare fabric, tricks and tools. The projects can be achieved on either a domestic (conventional sit-down) sewing machine or longarm quilting machine." --Publisher's description.

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