This highly anticipated new pattern book is filled with fancy, fun, and fantastically up-to-date continuous line quilting patterns. In other words, they're extreme! In response to numerous requests from enthusiastic quilters familiar with the earlier books in this series, the designs include textures, hearts, scrolls and feathers, angels, horses, palm trees, and lily pads. This pioneering longarmquilter presents a wealth of color-coded patterns, grouped by complexity, for the professional and home quilter alike. Working with these patterns will elevateyour quilting skills, whether you're working on a longarm or domestic sewing machine.
Review of Add-a-Line Extreme Quilting Patterns - 06/20/2008
Reviewer: Quilters Newsletter Magazine from USA
Variations on the 112 quilting motifs in this book offer seemingly endless possibilities, and one of them is sure to be just what you need for your latest quilt. The add-a-line concept offers simplest, basic continuous-line designs with the option of adding more lines for complexity and interest. The border designs are especially nice, each more so than the last. Choose the elegant oranges and diamonds for a traditional look or stitch the running horses on a quilt for your favorite cowboy. IB
Review of Add-a-Line: Extreme Quilting Patterns - 01/23/2008
Reviewer: Anonymous from Oregon, WI, US
“Add-a-Line Extreme Quilting Patterns” appears in an over-sized oblong providing color-coded designs grouped by complexity for pros and home quilters alike. Over a hundred such patterns cover all kinds of domestic machines, home frames and longarm machines alike and provide an array of quilting options. Quilters will find this reference an excellent and important library addition. Review source: The Midwest Book Review, The Bookwatch newsletter, December 2007.
Review of Add-a-Line Extreme Quilting Patterns - 11/20/2007
Reviewer: BellaOnline, Connie Krochmal from USA
“Add-a-Line Extreme Quilting Patterns” by Janie Donaldson includes single line as well as multiple line designs. All in all, there are 112 color-coded designs that are suitable for both hand and machine quilting. The author also devotes a chapter to placement styles and secondary designs. This volume includes any number of floral and nature motifs from butterflies and foliage to flowers, and palm trees. This is the third volume in the Add-a-Line series.
Review of Add-a-Line Extreme Quilting Patterns - 11/01/2007
Reviewer: The Quilter from USA
Ready, set, quilt! Janie Donaldson’s third book in her Add-a-Line quilting series demonstrates how to take simple continuous-line quilting designs and turn them into complex-looking patterns, just by quilting in a second and third row. The five chapters progress from one-line designs to four-line designs, and multi-line patterns are printed in color to help readers trace the “quilting path.” Patterns can be duplicated in any size to fit either large or small quilts and encompass a variety of motifs including angels, feathers, cornucopias, horses, hearts, flowers, leaves, and teacups. With Janie’s book, you’ll certainly never be at a loss as to how to quilt your quilts!