Meet Catherine Redford
Thinking about giving machine quilting a try but haven’t found the confidence yet? You’re not alone. “I meet a lot of quilters who’ve been making tops for years but never learned to finish them,” says award-winning quilter and quilting teacher Catherine Redford. “Many are nervous to try machine quilting because they don’t want to ruin their tops. I always tell them, if you want to learn to quilt, just get on with it. If you don’t, that’s fine, too. This is supposed to be fun. You don’t have to quilt yourself. But if you want to learn, go for it.”
When a really good book comes along offering excellent instruction on how to quilt your quilts, we want you to know about it. Modern Machine Quilting by Catherine Redford is one of those books—we give this one 5 stars!
Be inspired to take your modern machine quilting to new heights as Catherine Redford demonstrates modern free-motion techniques, including stipples, swirls, border motifs, and more, all on a domestic sewing machine.
Be inspired to take your machine quilting to the next level! Catherine Redford demonstrates modern quilting techniques including sophisticated straight lines, organic curves, spirals, and more.
Join international teacher, best-selling author, and Quilting Arts TV Host Susan Brubaker Knapp as she shares her passion for designing, practicing, and creating unique quilting motifs.
This special digital collection is full of techniques, resources, and inspiration to create beautiful machine projects right in your own home. Learn how to take your stitching out of the ditch instantly!
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Discover Catherine’s interesting approach to proportions and directional nature in this quilt pattern. Switch out the fabric to one of your choosing and use that as a leaping off point. Create a beautiful wall hanging to adorn your home with.
Based on the Nine Snowball Variation block from the 1930s, this bright and cheery wall hanging will look good in any home. Originally shown using templates and inset seams, today’s modern, simplified, piecing techniques makes construction straightforward.