Pathways from Quilt Top to Quilted - 02/20/2012
Reviewer: Kathe Sabine from USA
I just wanted to say how I feel about Sallyís new book...it is WONDERFUL! it is so packed with info for both longarmers and us domestic quilters! It gave me new insight into what longarm quilters have to consider when doing my quilts! Itís packed with lots of info to help me on my journey to learning to quilt my own stuff! I learned new construction tips! Thank you for sharing your wealth of knowledge and experience. When I grow up I want to be able to quilt just like you! - Kathe Sabine
Pathways From Quilt Top to Quilted Review - 06/07/2011
Reviewer: Susanne Fagot from Heber City, Utah, USA
I just want to say how I love Sally Terry's new book and have been trying some of the designs on quilts I am doing this week. I LOVE the book and the directions, they are great. The possibilities are endless! I am truly a fan of Sally's work, MANY THANKS.
Pathways from Quilt Top to Quilted by Sally Terry - 06/06/2011
Reviewer: Susanne Fagot from Heber City, UT, USA
I LOVE the book and the directions, they are great. The possibilities are endless! I bought the book In Salt Lake City when Sally was there a few weeks ago. We chatted and I told Sally that I had taken her class before and really enjoyed it. Iím truly a fan of her work, MANY THANKS.
Pathways from Quilt Top to Quilted by Sally Terry - 05/11/2011
Reviewer: James A. Cox, Edtor-in-Chief from Oregon, WI, USA
"Pathways from Quilt Top to Quilted" comes from a teacher's decades of quilting expertise and provides all the basics any machine quilter needs. From preventing common problems to handling excess fabric and learning how to build dozens of quilting designs from basic shapes, this offers specific chapters on borders, backing, marking techniques and more, and is a top pick for any beginning quilter who would move forward on basic steps. --James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, The Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review, May 2011.
Sally has filled her book with pictures and exercises to inspire your quilting s - 05/09/2011
Reviewer: Quilter's Home magazine from Winterset, IA, USA
We could be wrong, but this might be the first mainstream craft pub to address the specific issues around long- and mid-arm quilting techniques. Of course, most of the information in Sally's third book on machine quilting can be applied or adapted for home machine quilting as well. A longarmer for more than 20 years, Sally fills her book with pictures and exercises to inspire your quilting skills. What we really like about this book is that Sally not only tells you how to quilt correctly, she shows what happens when it's wrong, both in pics and illustrations.