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QUILTING ARTS

Monday, April 22nd

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

Collage Techniques NEW

Collage is a technique we use extensively as art quilters but there are so many different materials and styles we can incorporate into our work. Jane Haworth is first, paying homage to last week's theme of travel with a travel journal quilt to remember past vacations. It features ephemera and a hand painted map highlighted with free motion. Then Kathryn Pellman creates Fashionistas - fabric 'paper dolls' made with imagination, fusible applique, conversational prints, free cutting and free motion quilting.

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

Collage Techniques NEW

Collage is a technique we use extensively as art quilters but there are so many different materials and styles we can incorporate into our work. Jane Haworth is first, paying homage to last week's theme of travel with a travel journal quilt to remember past vacations. It features ephemera and a hand painted map highlighted with free motion. Then Kathryn Pellman creates Fashionistas - fabric 'paper dolls' made with imagination, fusible applique, conversational prints, free cutting and free motion quilting.

Monday, April 29th

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

Focus On Quilting NEW

When you think of building blocks - what could be more basic than the quilting itself! In the first segment Joe Cunningham shows us how to draw a portrait with our quilting and then add hand quilting for a bold graphic look. Then meet Donelle McAdams for a strip piecing quilted using rulers. We finish with Enid Gjelten Weichselbaum and Quilting for Show. Learn how she makes her decision to enter a quilt show and the personal advantages of showing your work.

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

Focus On Quilting NEW

When you think of building blocks - what could be more basic than the quilting itself! In the first segment Joe Cunningham shows us how to draw a portrait with our quilting and then add hand quilting for a bold graphic look. Then meet Donelle McAdams for a strip piecing quilted using rulers. We finish with Enid Gjelten Weichselbaum and Quilting for Show. Learn how she makes her decision to enter a quilt show and the personal advantages of showing your work.

Monday, May 6th

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

Putting It All Together NEW

All season we've been adding building blocks to our quilt tool box - but what cements the elements into a whole design? Today's show is about putting it all together. First Joe Cunningham has a lesson on free piecing. Then Mary McCauley shows step-by-step how to design and create a three dimensional quilted vessel. Finally, host Susan Brubaker Knapp creates amulets made from little bits of fabric and special embellishments.

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

Putting It All Together NEW

All season we've been adding building blocks to our quilt tool box - but what cements the elements into a whole design? Today's show is about putting it all together. First Joe Cunningham has a lesson on free piecing. Then Mary McCauley shows step-by-step how to design and create a three dimensional quilted vessel. Finally, host Susan Brubaker Knapp creates amulets made from little bits of fabric and special embellishments.

Monday, May 13th

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

Wheels Keep Turning NEW

Movement and wheels are an element to our three guests on today's show. First Kathryn Pellman flips our quilts to the back to explore creative solutions and experiments for quilt backs that address fabric shortages, leftover strips, creative labels, and more. Then Luana Rubin explores the concept of indigenous quilts. In her travels around the world, she's noticed that the quilts that often stand out and are most unique and memorable, are the ones that express the quilter's local culture. They include their local landscape, local unique flora and fauna, and the culture of their indigenous peoples. Last, Lea McComas has her second lesson on Color with Confidence. Learn how to select and use a color wheel and what to do with your color studies.

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

Wheels Keep Turning NEW

Movement and wheels are an element to our three guests on today's show. First Kathryn Pellman flips our quilts to the back to explore creative solutions and experiments for quilt backs that address fabric shortages, leftover strips, creative labels, and more. Then Luana Rubin explores the concept of indigenous quilts. In her travels around the world, she's noticed that the quilts that often stand out and are most unique and memorable, are the ones that express the quilter's local culture. They include their local landscape, local unique flora and fauna, and the culture of their indigenous peoples. Last, Lea McComas has her second lesson on Color with Confidence. Learn how to select and use a color wheel and what to do with your color studies.

Monday, May 20th

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

Right at Home NEW

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 NEW

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, May 27th

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

Words NEW

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
Widescreen

Words NEW

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.