Quilting Arts TV Series 1700 Video Download
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Join Susan as you find your artistic voice and make time for quilting every day!
Informative interviews, unique fiber art techniques, and charming projects bring Susan's guests expertise right to you. They tell compelling stories with cloth through hand stitching, surface design, free-motion quilting, and appliqué.
Immerse yourself in the new techniques, tips, and projects found in Quilting Arts TV Series 1700! Join host Susan Brubaker Knapp in Season 1700 and learn from many of your favorite art quilters!
- 1701: Stitching, Two Ways: Lea McComas uses stitches like paint to tell a compelling story * Art quilter Laura Wasilowski enhances quilts with free-stitched embroideries to create a narrative of joy.
- 1702: Paint and Stitch: Stories from long ago inspire Desiree Habicht to paint and quilt fabric to resemble vintage tiles * With a little thread play, Andrea Brokenshire adds realism to a lily on painted silk.
- 1703: You Can't Resist This Enid Weichselbaum designs colorful motifs using glue as a dye resist * Julie Booth paints with dishwashing liquid to create galaxies of colorful designs on a variety of fabrics.
- 1704: Making Your Mark: Lynn Krawczyk goes beyond the quilt to create a high-impact graffiti floor mat * Cyndi Souder prints on fabric with hand-carved woodblocks * Susan Brubaker Knapp makes marks with stitches for endless creative options .
- 1705: Appliqué: With a contemporary twist, art quilter Susan Purney Mark uses a variety of media to add imagery and impact to fabric * Nancy McNally uses strip sets and die-cut shapes to create innovative and colorful designs in appliqué.
- 1706: Curves and Cuts: Frieda Anderson shows how to use freezer paper and glue to achieve perfectly curved leaves * Lisa Chin creates custom-cut stencils using a computer and electronic cutter .
- 1707: Focus on Stitching: Quilt story-teller Lorie Hancock McCown uses fabrics, lace and thread to stitch her stories * Lea McComas brings life to compelling images using stitched lines for maximum impact .
- 1708: Creative Collage: Frieda Anderson and Laura Wasilowski join creative forces to make a stunning leaf collage * Kristen Rodriguez and Janelle Girod mix photo transfers with hand-quilting, embroidery and embellishment to create a treasured keepsake .
- 1709: Free-Motion Stitching: Long-arm quilter Nancy McNally explores free-motion stitching on a long-arm machine * Cyndi Souder writes on her quilts to add depth and meaning * Susan Edmonson reaches below the surface to paint-dye batting for special effects.
- 1710: Let's Talk Texture: Fiber artist Cecile Whatman creates dimension and depth with sheers, velvet and non-traditional materials * Kristin Rodriguez and Janelle Girod embroider on burlap * Susan Brubaker Knapp shares her own favorite techniques.
- 1711: Print and Paint: Lisa Chin shows basic techniques for sun printing with various patterns * Julie Booth celebrates repeating patterns as she prints her own fabric * Susan Brubaker Knapp paints on stitched surfaces to create unique effects.
- 1712: Beautiful Backgrounds: Quilter Andrea Brokenshire uses fabric confetti to create lush backgrounds * Susan Purney Mark screen prints color block fabric designs * Susan Edmonson stitches free-motion embroidery that adds charm and personality to her designs.
- 1713: Let's Just Improvise: Improvisational quilter Pat Pauly shares techniques that allow fabric, color and design to guide the creative process * Lorie Hancock McCown uses garment fabrics, trims and embellishments to tell a compelling quilt story featuring dresses
|Author/Speaker/Editor||Susan Brubaker Knapp|
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- I really like this format, and the projects.
- I have to admit, I didn't read carefully and thought I was getting a DVD also. However, after watching a few episodes, I am impressed. Will the next series be in the same format? Keep up the excellent work, thank you. Ruth (Posted on 6/13/2016)