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QUILTING ARTS

Tuesday, April 13th

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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.

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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.

3:00pm 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.

Thursday, April 15th

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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.

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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.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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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.

Tuesday, April 20th

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Paint and Print

The show's first episode features painting and printing. Nanette Zeller experiments with painting cheese cloth and using it to add texture in a nature scape art quilt. Then, learn about silk screening with Patricia Kennedy-Zafred and how she features it in her work.

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Runtime: 00:29:00
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Paint and Print

The show's first episode features painting and printing. Nanette Zeller experiments with painting cheese cloth and using it to add texture in a nature scape art quilt. Then, learn about silk screening with Patricia Kennedy-Zafred and how she features it in her work.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Paint and Print

The show's first episode features painting and printing. Nanette Zeller experiments with painting cheese cloth and using it to add texture in a nature scape art quilt. Then, learn about silk screening with Patricia Kennedy-Zafred and how she features it in her work.

Thursday, April 22nd

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Alternate Expressions

In this episode, three artists share ideas for alternate ways to express artistry. Cheryl Sleboda designs 3-D vessels using structured foam to create free-form bowls. Then meet Luana Rubin, who discusses new design influences she observed on a recent visit to Japan. Last is an exercise in abstraction experimentation with Lyric Montgomery Kinard.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Alternate Expressions

In this episode, three artists share ideas for alternate ways to express artistry. Cheryl Sleboda designs 3-D vessels using structured foam to create free-form bowls. Then meet Luana Rubin, who discusses new design influences she observed on a recent visit to Japan. Last is an exercise in abstraction experimentation with Lyric Montgomery Kinard.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Alternate Expressions

In this episode, three artists share ideas for alternate ways to express artistry. Cheryl Sleboda designs 3-D vessels using structured foam to create free-form bowls. Then meet Luana Rubin, who discusses new design influences she observed on a recent visit to Japan. Last is an exercise in abstraction experimentation with Lyric Montgomery Kinard.

Tuesday, April 27th

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Runtime: 00:29:00
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Loosen Up!

Let go of preconceived ideas and get ready to play! Meet Sherri Lipman McCauley as she demonstrates her flinging paint technique, plus how to apply paint using eye droppers, squeeze bottles, syringes, and found objects. Next, host Susan Brubaker Knapp shows how to work with acrylic paint in a serendipitous way that creates watercolor effects.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Loosen Up!

Let go of preconceived ideas and get ready to play! Meet Sherri Lipman McCauley as she demonstrates her flinging paint technique, plus how to apply paint using eye droppers, squeeze bottles, syringes, and found objects. Next, host Susan Brubaker Knapp shows how to work with acrylic paint in a serendipitous way that creates watercolor effects.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Loosen Up!

Let go of preconceived ideas and get ready to play! Meet Sherri Lipman McCauley as she demonstrates her flinging paint technique, plus how to apply paint using eye droppers, squeeze bottles, syringes, and found objects. Next, host Susan Brubaker Knapp shows how to work with acrylic paint in a serendipitous way that creates watercolor effects.

Thursday, April 29th

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Runtime: 00:29:00
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Denim and Duck

This episode explores different fabrics from denim to duck. Sandra Lee Johnson opens the show with tips for deconstructing jeans - learn where to find them and how to use the fabric artistically. Then Deborah Fell takes an in-depth look at duck cloth and shares techniques for using it in quilt designs.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Denim and Duck

This episode explores different fabrics from denim to duck. Sandra Lee Johnson opens the show with tips for deconstructing jeans - learn where to find them and how to use the fabric artistically. Then Deborah Fell takes an in-depth look at duck cloth and shares techniques for using it in quilt designs.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Denim and Duck

This episode explores different fabrics from denim to duck. Sandra Lee Johnson opens the show with tips for deconstructing jeans - learn where to find them and how to use the fabric artistically. Then Deborah Fell takes an in-depth look at duck cloth and shares techniques for using it in quilt designs.

Tuesday, May 4th

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Runtime: 00:26:46
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Make Your Mark

Learn how to make your mark in the quilting world with different dye and paint techniques. Patricia Kennedy-Zafred shares a tutorial on shibori dyeing and overdyeing. Then Sherri Lipman McCauley shows how to apply paint with gestural motions to create wholecloth tops - art quilts with layers of felt backing.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Make Your Mark

Learn how to make your mark in the quilting world with different dye and paint techniques. Patricia Kennedy-Zafred shares a tutorial on shibori dyeing and overdyeing. Then Sherri Lipman McCauley shows how to apply paint with gestural motions to create wholecloth tops - art quilts with layers of felt backing.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
Widescreen

Make Your Mark

Learn how to make your mark in the quilting world with different dye and paint techniques. Patricia Kennedy-Zafred shares a tutorial on shibori dyeing and overdyeing. Then Sherri Lipman McCauley shows how to apply paint with gestural motions to create wholecloth tops - art quilts with layers of felt backing.

Thursday, May 6th

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Runtime: 00:29:00
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Worlds Apart

"Explore" is the word of the day - look to places around the world for inspiration. Sandra Lee Johnson shows how to use sashiko and boro embellishments on jeans. Then Luana Rubin shares more information about trends and design influences from her trip to a show in Japan. Last, host Susan Brubaker Knapp finishes with a short lesson on free motion stitching.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Worlds Apart

"Explore" is the word of the day - look to places around the world for inspiration. Sandra Lee Johnson shows how to use sashiko and boro embellishments on jeans. Then Luana Rubin shares more information about trends and design influences from her trip to a show in Japan. Last, host Susan Brubaker Knapp finishes with a short lesson on free motion stitching.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Worlds Apart

"Explore" is the word of the day - look to places around the world for inspiration. Sandra Lee Johnson shows how to use sashiko and boro embellishments on jeans. Then Luana Rubin shares more information about trends and design influences from her trip to a show in Japan. Last, host Susan Brubaker Knapp finishes with a short lesson on free motion stitching.

Tuesday, May 11th

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Interesting Combinations

Fabric pieces make for some interesting combinations on this episode. First, Jane Haworth creates collages where the bits and pieces combine into inspired animal portraits. Then, Julie B, Booth demonstrates how to create a stab-stitch, bound stash book to showcase beautiful fabric scraps.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Interesting Combinations

Fabric pieces make for some interesting combinations on this episode. First, Jane Haworth creates collages where the bits and pieces combine into inspired animal portraits. Then, Julie B, Booth demonstrates how to create a stab-stitch, bound stash book to showcase beautiful fabric scraps.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Interesting Combinations

Fabric pieces make for some interesting combinations on this episode. First, Jane Haworth creates collages where the bits and pieces combine into inspired animal portraits. Then, Julie B, Booth demonstrates how to create a stab-stitch, bound stash book to showcase beautiful fabric scraps.

Thursday, May 13th

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Runtime: 00:29:00
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Honoring The Traditional

This episode honors traditional, time-tested designs and techniques. First Nanette Zeller demonstrates thread painted, cut-out applique. Next, Vivika Hansen DeNegre talks about a charity project: Heart of the Home House Quilts, an opportunity for quilt designers to "give back" by creating small quilts for families transitioning out of homelessness. Finally, Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates ruching with her heirloom sewing technique to make flowers and other art quilt embellishments.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Honoring The Traditional

This episode honors traditional, time-tested designs and techniques. First Nanette Zeller demonstrates thread painted, cut-out applique. Next, Vivika Hansen DeNegre talks about a charity project: Heart of the Home House Quilts, an opportunity for quilt designers to "give back" by creating small quilts for families transitioning out of homelessness. Finally, Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates ruching with her heirloom sewing technique to make flowers and other art quilt embellishments.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Honoring The Traditional

This episode honors traditional, time-tested designs and techniques. First Nanette Zeller demonstrates thread painted, cut-out applique. Next, Vivika Hansen DeNegre talks about a charity project: Heart of the Home House Quilts, an opportunity for quilt designers to "give back" by creating small quilts for families transitioning out of homelessness. Finally, Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates ruching with her heirloom sewing technique to make flowers and other art quilt embellishments.

Tuesday, May 18th

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Runtime: 00:29:00
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Stitching By Hand and Machine

Viewers learn how to experiment with some of the more technical aspects of stitch techniques for both hand and machine used in quilting today. First is Julie B. Booth presents journal prompts and stitch challenges based on concepts. Then heirloom sewer Cheryl Sleboda examines the gathering foot and how to use it. Beautiful flowers are a machine stitch away using a gathering foot.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Stitching By Hand and Machine

Viewers learn how to experiment with some of the more technical aspects of stitch techniques for both hand and machine used in quilting today. First is Julie B. Booth presents journal prompts and stitch challenges based on concepts. Then heirloom sewer Cheryl Sleboda examines the gathering foot and how to use it. Beautiful flowers are a machine stitch away using a gathering foot.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Stitching By Hand and Machine

Viewers learn how to experiment with some of the more technical aspects of stitch techniques for both hand and machine used in quilting today. First is Julie B. Booth presents journal prompts and stitch challenges based on concepts. Then heirloom sewer Cheryl Sleboda examines the gathering foot and how to use it. Beautiful flowers are a machine stitch away using a gathering foot.

Thursday, May 20th

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Runtime: 00:29:00
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Unconventional Materials

Experimentation is the often the catalyst for innovation. One of the best places to start is with unconventional materials. On this episode, Deborah Fell is first with an experiment with gel medium and how it allows designers to use unconventional materials in their quilts. Then the Pixeladies, Deb Cashatt and Kris Sazaki, show how to make a cartoon.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Unconventional Materials

Experimentation is the often the catalyst for innovation. One of the best places to start is with unconventional materials. On this episode, Deborah Fell is first with an experiment with gel medium and how it allows designers to use unconventional materials in their quilts. Then the Pixeladies, Deb Cashatt and Kris Sazaki, show how to make a cartoon.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Unconventional Materials

Experimentation is the often the catalyst for innovation. One of the best places to start is with unconventional materials. On this episode, Deborah Fell is first with an experiment with gel medium and how it allows designers to use unconventional materials in their quilts. Then the Pixeladies, Deb Cashatt and Kris Sazaki, show how to make a cartoon.

Tuesday, May 25th

7:00am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Design

This episode explores design principles. Sherri Lipman McCauley opens the show as she uses previously painted fabric and leftover scraps to create pieced artwork. Then, it's a lesson in abstract design with Lyric Montgomery Kinard. Finally, host Susan Brubaker Knapp has a tutorial on making beautiful twisted cording.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Design

This episode explores design principles. Sherri Lipman McCauley opens the show as she uses previously painted fabric and leftover scraps to create pieced artwork. Then, it's a lesson in abstract design with Lyric Montgomery Kinard. Finally, host Susan Brubaker Knapp has a tutorial on making beautiful twisted cording.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Design

This episode explores design principles. Sherri Lipman McCauley opens the show as she uses previously painted fabric and leftover scraps to create pieced artwork. Then, it's a lesson in abstract design with Lyric Montgomery Kinard. Finally, host Susan Brubaker Knapp has a tutorial on making beautiful twisted cording.

Thursday, May 27th

7:00am on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Depth and Dimension

Art quilts can be very flat if they lack depth and dimension in the design. First, Nanette Zeller shows how to add 3-D thread painting - this beautiful layer gives a quilt depth. Then meet Deborah Fell, with six different ways to increase depth in your quilt designs.

1:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
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Depth and Dimension

Art quilts can be very flat if they lack depth and dimension in the design. First, Nanette Zeller shows how to add 3-D thread painting - this beautiful layer gives a quilt depth. Then meet Deborah Fell, with six different ways to increase depth in your quilt designs.

3:00pm on
Runtime: 00:29:00
Widescreen

Depth and Dimension

Art quilts can be very flat if they lack depth and dimension in the design. First, Nanette Zeller shows how to add 3-D thread painting - this beautiful layer gives a quilt depth. Then meet Deborah Fell, with six different ways to increase depth in your quilt designs.