Quilting Arts TV Series 1500 Video Download
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Quilting Arts TV Series 1500 Video Download
Take your textile techniques to the next level with Quilting Arts TV Series 1500 hosted by Susan Brubaker Knapp. Download your digital copy today to enjoy expert instruction, projects that are sure to inspire, and so much more!
Download all 13 episodes from Series 1500 instantly-plus get an exclusive bonus segment!
1501 - Tradition with a twist
Bring traditional needlework and quilting patterns and techniques into the Modern era. Learn how to make a gorgeous wool pincushion from Sue Spargo, then Leslie Tucker Jenison demonstrates a groundbreaking method for creating and joining large, ready-to-quilt hexagons. Two traditional techniques, with a twist!
1502 - Back to basics
In this episode, Amy Ellis demonstrates making perfect mitred corners while creating a quilted placemat. Martha DeLeonardis shows a few basic techniques to help you create special t-shirt quilts. And Susan Brubaker Knapp will help you stitch perfect curves and straight lines with helpful free-motion quilting motifs.
1503 - Collage with fabric and paper
Create complex surfaces as you explore the art of fiber collage. Watch Jamie Fingal make a whimsical art quilt as she cuts visual elements and text from her fabric, and then collage elements back together. Then, Leslie Tucker Jenison will make what she calls “Sweet Little Somethings” as she adds paper and both machine and hand stitching into the fabric mix.
1504 - On the surface #I
Get ready for a surface design sampler in this issue! Lyric Montgomery Kinard uses a Thermofax® screen to make lovely layered texture on fabric. Susan Brubaker Knapp will show you how to add a favorite quote to your fabric by useing a calligraphy pen and brushes. Plus, Roxanne Lessa will teach you how to add dimension with a technique she calls “3-D textile painting.”
1505 - Be your own designer
Learn how to take the reins and design your own fabric! Trish Bowman will teach us how to make a meaningful memory quilt out of a variety of materials. Susan Brubaker Knapp will explain how simple line drawings from her sketchbook came to life in a unique embroidered jacket and apron. Plus, Liz Kettle brings simple drawings to life by using machine thread sketching.
1506 - On the surface #2
Add to your surface design toolbox with this episode! Create pattern and add color with Artist Jamie Fingal as she demonstrates stenciling, then quilts her fabric to add more pattern and texture. Cheryl Sleboda shares a Japanese marbling technique called Suminigashi, which is both beautiful and a surprisingly easy technique. And Rebekah Meier shows us how to spray, paint, and pour pre-mixed dyes onto fabric to make a wide variety looks.
1507 - Memory keeping
Keep your memories alive and close by when you turn them into art quilts. Tammie Bowser can show you how to translate favorite child’s drawing into a beautiful art quilt. Then see how Leslie Riley uses a fresh take on old family photos to make modern memory quilts.
1508 - Fabric fun
Fabric is the center of attention in this episode! Rebekah Meier shows off her complex surface-designed fabrics in a pillow that’s easy to stitch up. Fiber artist Tammie Bowser will walk us through the process of selecting fabric for color and value as she creates her intricate fiber portraits. Plus, Roxane Lessa demonstrates techniques that will make silk more manageable, create dimension, and add texture in what she calls “sculptured silk.”
1509 - Fast and fun gifts
Stitch these gifts in a jiff! Create Pearl Krush’s owl fantasy wall quilt quickly and easily by using fusible adhesives. Identify your scissors when you’re stitching in a group when you add the adorable scissors fob demonstrated by Julie Creus. Make one of Kristine Lundblad’s easy grocery totes, and you may never use paper - or plastic - again!
1510 - Shows and exhibitions
Rubin shows off some of the remarkable miniature quilts and elaborate quilted handbags she saw at the Tokyo Quilt Festival. Artists Leslie Tucker Jenison and Jamie Fingal have curated many art quilt exhibitions together. They’ll share their insights into entering exhibitions, and curating them. Then, check out Kristine Lundblad’s cross quilt, a perfect project for those new to quilting or those searching for a quilt that is simple to stitch.
1511 - Pins and pinning
There’s more to pins and pinning techniques than you may realize. Learn the basics from Amy Ellis as she shows off different kinds of pins and their applications. Plus, Angela Pingel pieces perfect Drunkard’s Path blocks using a single pin - really!
1512 - Let’s try it!
Break out of your comfort zone and try something new today! Lesley Riley creates one-of-a-kind fragment books that each tell their own story out of fabric scraps, transferred images, quotes, and words. Contemporary quilter Angela Pingel has a quick, fun technique for making small quilts and pillows using a scrappy raw-edge background with raw-edge applique on top. Susan Brubaker Knapp will introduce techniques for magical Mylar so you can start adding shimmer or bling to your art quilts.
1513 - A little of this, a little of that
In this episode, Sue Spargo describes the basics of wool appliqué. Teri Tope shows us how to make a large-size insulated bottle tote for the quilter on the go. Then, Liz Kettle will show of her design for a gorgeous beaded cuff. Learn how to make your own by using a few different stitches on texturized velvet.
Discover this exclusive bonus segment you can’t get anywhere else! Join Catherine Redford as she demonstrates some easy embroidery stitches.
See your favorite techniques in action with the companion Collection eBook!
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