Saturday, October 3, 2020

Book Review: Walk 2.0

Jacquie Gering has another new book, Walk 2.0, More Machine Quilting with Your Walking Foot. It is a follow up to her previous book, Walk, which is already in the Mahone Bay Quilters' Guild library. If you want to quilt your own projects with your walking foot, both these books are good resources. 

Walk 2.0  "focuses on how to adapt designs and techniques to suit the machine and equipment that you have and where you quilt". There are lots of designs to choose. However, having designs is one thing, but knowing which design to use is important too. That's where this book can help. You are guided along the path, going from smaller practise samples to quilting larger pieces.

The table of contents includes:

  • Walking Foot Refresh
  • 60 degree Designs
  • Sashiko-Inspired Designs
  • Rotational Designs
  • Quilt as Desired

So, it's time to get some sample squares ready so that you can follow along with Jacquie on using your walking foot.  



  1. Interesting to check out the links for the walking feet/foot - I didn't have a clue how to use one, so I learned something.

  2. I love using a walking foot for quilting. Jacquie is a great teacher. I have her two Craftsy classes and the first Walk book. Fun to try her techniques on things like placemats and then go big. Thanks for getting great books for the guild.