I'm sure you know that if you practice something over and over, you become more proficient at it. In quilting, repetition is good ... doing multiple copies of a design builds muscle memory and expertise.
Just That Good. ::sigh::
From the blurb:
What is Suzanne's technique? It all starts with a meander -- and then you add all kinds of different "magic."
Suzanne includes lots of illustrations AND the designs may be used by anyone who can machine quilt. While the techniques was developed on a longarm, with just a few adjustments any machine quilter will be able to enjoy the rewards of "Meandering Magic". Feathers are addressed, but it's not just about feathers as Suzanne shares ideas for using hearts, stars, ferns, leaves and more.
49 pages. Laminated color cover; the book is beautifully wire-spiral bound for ease in reading while you are working on your project. It's clearly written and easy to understand. Suzanne uses a text font that is larger than most books and very easy to see and follow. Some color and LOTS of clean and professionally prepared illustrations.
Interested? email me with your snailmail and we can do business. :-)
[Also listed on the Little Shoppe of Goodies page.]