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Fons & Porter demonstrate cutting straight strips, then make gorgeous, scrappy Pineapple blocks without foundation piecing or special rulers.
Liz & Marianne show how to easily cut and piece triangles with long, skinny points as well as how to vary the size of this unique star pattern.
Guest Faith Reynolds shares step-by-step methods for using the sewing machine embroidery module to create perfect appliqué leaf designs every time.
Fons & Porter show how fabric placement affects the look of Washington Pavement blocks, as well as how to create the triangle sides using squares and rectangles only.
Liz & Marianne use pre-quilted, Country French fabric to make beautiful, roomy tote bags compete with sturdy handle straps and lots of pockets inside and out.
Marianne & Liz make a challenging pattern accessible as they demonstrate rotary cutting small patchwork pieces and tricks for setting in seams on the sewing machine.
Guest Faith Reynolds shows how to create a beautiful, crazy patchwork needle case embellished by stitching with specialty threads in the bobbin.
Liz dipped into her stash of batiks to make a contemporary Tumbling Blocks quilt. Fons & Porter show how to cut equilateral triangles and 60 degree diamonds.
Guest Marilyn Badger traveled to Yokohama to introduce Japanese quilters to longarm machine quilting. She shares some Japanese quilts and new techniques she learned.
Episode 410: Diamond Four Patch
Marianne & Liz make cutting and joining diamonds ultra easy. They show piecing diagonal rows, discuss setting pieces, and show samples in very different fabrics.
Guest Joyce Drexler gives solid advice for selecting colors and types of special threads for machine quilting as well as how to adjust the sewing machine for perfect results.
Learn the latest tricks for using ink-jet technology to print on cloth. Liz & Marianne give tips on equipment, selecting images, and printing, plus share quilted examples.
Marianne & Liz show methods for documenting quilts so they don’t become anonymous like the quilts of the past. They give tips on proper care for gift quilts.