Quilting Arts TV: Episode 2102 – For the Love of Stitch

Episode 2102 Description and Preview

Join host Susan Brubaker Knapp and her guests on “Quilting Arts TV” Series 2100 as they enthusiastically demonstrate new techniques, bend the rules, and shake things up to make quilts that break new ground. Join the exploration of personal expression through fiber art with”Quilting Arts TV” as you make time for contemporary quilting every day.

Projects Featured in this Episode: 

A simple stitch is a powerful design tool in quilting. In this episode, learn tips and trick for free-motion quilting and explore unique synthetic materials that can be manipulated in your artwork.

Cindy Lohbeck uses ice and shibori techniques to dye fabrics with bold new patterns

Wearable art maker Jenny K. Lyon shares her top-10 tips for successful free-motion machine quilting. This project is available as a free download. Click on the image above to get your copy.

Maggie Vanderweit gathers organic materials and rusted metal to dye with natural pigments

Textile artist MJ Kinman uses non-directional patterns to create a see-through effect in jewel quilts. Machine quilting in a free-form, free-motion style, MJ enhances to the design of her quilts. This project is available as a free download. Click on the image above to get your copy.

Maggie Vanderweit gathers organic materials and rusted metal to dye with natural pigments

Art quilter Susan Brubaker Knapp melts, bubbles, and stitches high-density synthetic materials for artful effects and beautiful embellishment.

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Comments (2)

  • Janie W

    I was looking for more about the segment on tyvek art.

    May 6, 2018 at 7:37 pm
    • Brenna Riley Gates

      Hi Janie,
      Thank you for your interest in this episode. Although we do not have a download available for this segment, we hope that Susan’s on-air tips offer a springboard for your own artistic journey of discovery with this and other unique materials.
      Best,
      Kristine
      The Quilting Company Team

      May 7, 2018 at 5:38 pm

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