Machine Quilting for Beginners

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For every quilter the time comes when they want to make their entire quilt from start to finish. Pattern and fabric selection, piecing and then the actual quilting. Quilting is the icing on the cake, the finishing touch to the design. Now you can learn to quilt on your domestic machine in the privacy of your own home on your schedule. All it takes is the will to do it and some time to practice.


Carolyn S. Vagts is a wife, mother, grandmother, quilt designer, author, quilt book editor and the editor of Quilter’s World magazine. She also has a successful quilt shop in Lake Orion, Mich. Carolyn has made a name for herself in the quilting world with her award-winning techniques of mixing traditional piecing with fusible art applique. She especially likes to teach beginning quilt classes, wanting every quilter to have a good first experience with quilting. She also lectures and teaches workshops to guilds. Carolyn’s designs have been published regularly in several magazines, including Quilter’s World. She has had many designs published in quilting books and has authored three previous books: Learn to Quilt From Start to Finish, I Can Quilt and Learn to Quilt With Panels. The creative process has been a notable part of her life. She studied drawing, pottery and sculpture in college where she received a liberal arts degree. She finally found her niche in quilting when asked to do some design work. That was over 15 years ago, and she has been designing quilts and working in the quilt industry ever since.