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QUILTING ARTS

Monday, August 19th

6:00am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Right at Home

This season is all about the building blocks to successful quilting, we put those blocks all together today to make houses! Enid Gjelten Weichselbaum demonstrates how to create a neighborhood scene or town featuring dozens of tiny houses, cars and buildings. Then Jean Impey makes fabric greeting cards created from scraps - many of which feature houses. Finally Vivika Hansen DeNegre creates a beautiful bird milagro inspired by the birds around her home.

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Right at Home

This season is all about the building blocks to successful quilting, we put those blocks all together today to make houses! Enid Gjelten Weichselbaum demonstrates how to create a neighborhood scene or town featuring dozens of tiny houses, cars and buildings. Then Jean Impey makes fabric greeting cards created from scraps - many of which feature houses. Finally Vivika Hansen DeNegre creates a beautiful bird milagro inspired by the birds around her home.

Monday, August 26th

6:00am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Words

Sometimes we forget that it's ok to use words on our quilts - it's another element to get your message across. The ABC's are a basic element of many quilts. In the first segment The Pixeladies, Deb Cashatt and Kris Sazaki, explain how they collaborate on creating art quilts - how to work together using the spoken word! Then Kathryn Pellman introduces us to Word Salad. She creates a poem or story using words found in commercial printed fabric with a preprinted fashionista storyteller (also from commercial fabric) to complete the story.

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Words

Sometimes we forget that it's ok to use words on our quilts - it's another element to get your message across. The ABC's are a basic element of many quilts. In the first segment The Pixeladies, Deb Cashatt and Kris Sazaki, explain how they collaborate on creating art quilts - how to work together using the spoken word! Then Kathryn Pellman introduces us to Word Salad. She creates a poem or story using words found in commercial printed fabric with a preprinted fashionista storyteller (also from commercial fabric) to complete the story.

Monday, September 9th

6:00am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Color Your Quilt

Color was so important that it needed a second episode. Today's show is about coloring your quilt with your fabric selection. First, Jean Impey has a technique she calls Reckless Raw-edge Applique; creating collages with abandon! Then Tamara Leberer creates a silk fusion landscape. Its color galore in layers! We close the show with a third lesson on building your color confidence featuring Lea Mc Comas. Find your Balance: color luminosity. She introduces the Goethe Color Scale and discusses how numbers are assigned to colors to indicate their relative strength.

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Color Your Quilt

Color was so important that it needed a second episode. Today's show is about coloring your quilt with your fabric selection. First, Jean Impey has a technique she calls Reckless Raw-edge Applique; creating collages with abandon! Then Tamara Leberer creates a silk fusion landscape. Its color galore in layers! We close the show with a third lesson on building your color confidence featuring Lea Mc Comas. Find your Balance: color luminosity. She introduces the Goethe Color Scale and discusses how numbers are assigned to colors to indicate their relative strength.

Monday, September 16th

6:00am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Drawing

We first learn to draw with pencils and crayons, but there are so many other ways to achieve lines. Joe Cunningham opens with a lesson on drawing using bias tape! Then Enid Gjelten Weichselbaum uses thread for her architectural drawings. Finally Jean Impey shares a new technique for India ink pen drawings. It's time to draw!

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Drawing

We first learn to draw with pencils and crayons, but there are so many other ways to achieve lines. Joe Cunningham opens with a lesson on drawing using bias tape! Then Enid Gjelten Weichselbaum uses thread for her architectural drawings. Finally Jean Impey shares a new technique for India ink pen drawings. It's time to draw!

Monday, September 23rd

6:00am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Yin and Yang

Quilting has many sides. Discover the yin and yang of techniques on today's show. There are so many different interpretations and styles. Today we have the yin and yang of design from improv to structure. First Maria Shell creates Improv Triangles-learn some easy tips for creating improvisation-ally cut and pieced flying geese units and ways to use them in your quilts. Then Suzan Engler has a lesson on editing images and digitally printing on fabric - it all starts with software.

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Yin and Yang

Quilting has many sides. Discover the yin and yang of techniques on today's show. There are so many different interpretations and styles. Today we have the yin and yang of design from improv to structure. First Maria Shell creates Improv Triangles-learn some easy tips for creating improvisation-ally cut and pieced flying geese units and ways to use them in your quilts. Then Suzan Engler has a lesson on editing images and digitally printing on fabric - it all starts with software.

Monday, September 30th

6:00am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Bits and Pieces

Gather up your best recycling habits for today's show. Host Susan Brubaker Knapp opens the show with an introduction to raw edge applique using a photo as inspiration. Then meet Jane Haworth, for a tote bag created from dry goods packaging. You'll look at your food packages in a whole new way after today's show.

12:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Bits and Pieces

Gather up your best recycling habits for today's show. Host Susan Brubaker Knapp opens the show with an introduction to raw edge applique using a photo as inspiration. Then meet Jane Haworth, for a tote bag created from dry goods packaging. You'll look at your food packages in a whole new way after today's show.