The 3300 series of Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting is a bang-up season! Host Sara Gallegos is joined by familiar faces, including Angela Huffman and Marianne Fons, as well as new friends to teach a truly spectacular range of projects and techniques. From a re-make of vintage, World War II-era quilt and a “fidget” quilt for toddlers, to three-dimensional quilt blocks and hot fix crystals, you’ll find plenty of reasons in these 13 episodes to get fired up for quilting!
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Discover the episodes included in this video series:
Marianne Fons plays with value in the Shoofly blocks, alternating her Triangle-Square placement to create dark-side-in or light-side-in quilt blocks. Marianne joins Sara Gallegos to teach you how to work with those Triangle-Squares, as well as how to easily create continuous bias binding for the sweet, three-sided, scalloped border.
3302: A House and A Home
Celebrate everyone’s different creative styles by building a patchwork neighborhood—row by row—with your quilting friends. Sara Gallegos is joined by Angela Huffman to teach a patchwork house block, and a banded pinwheel block, as well as how to coordinate and “cope” with distinctly different blocks.
3303: Lightning in a Bottle
Learn to make jar-shaped blocks for this wall hanging, perfect for novelty prints featuring vegetables or, in this case, butterflies and lightning bugs! Maria McKenzie joins host Sara Gallegos to show you who to make the quilt blocks, and to embellish with fusible appliqué and hot-fix crystals for a little extra twinkle!
3304: Moon Hopper
The patchwork V-block is amazingly adaptable. Even though it’s made with straight lines, it gives the illusion of circles! Sara Gallegos and guest Angela Huffman show you how the quilt block creates all kinds of secondary designs, and how it adds some dressed-up sophistication to this country-charmer of a quilt.
3305: Twiddle Dee Dee
Sometimes, you can only escape to your sewing machine for just a few moments, and those few moments are sometimes just enough. Karla Herrin’s quilt-as-you-go project is perfect for that. Slip away to cut, sew, and quilt one square at a time, using your decorative machine’s stitches for a “hand-stitched” look.
3306: Candy Dreams
Quilt block lotto—you could be a winner! On this episode, Angela Huffman joins Sara Gallegos to teach you the trick for organizing a quilt block lottery with your friends, and then demonstrate an ideal—and very clever—layout for those blocks.
3307: Star Spangled Banner
Inspired by a vintage World War II quilt, Star-Spangled Banner incorporates a quilt block called Hummingbird. In patriotic colors, the effect is stunning. Marianne Fons appears as special guest on this episode to demonstrate the paper-piecing techniques needed for this special quilt.
3308: Pinwheel Tote
Sara Gallegos demonstrates how to make a three-dimensional quilt block that’s actually a secret pocket! Perfect for a purse or tote, we whipped up a lunch tote, lined with a special insulated lining to keep the interior cool or warm.
3309: Using Panels for Practice
Guest Angela Huffman joins Sara Gallegos to show you an amazing way to practice your freemotion technique on a longarm—panels! You’ll learn how Amish-style feathers are made, as well as how to stack curls for an easy, forgiving feather plume.
3310: From My Window
Host Sara Gallegos is joined by Karla Herrin to use the sewing machine to make the normally time-consuming Cathedral Windows design into a quick-and-easy, machine-done table runner. Even better, it’s made with 2½” strips!
3311: Magic and Illusion
Sara Gallegos is joined by special guest Angela Huffman to teach the quilt Magic and Illusion. The spectacular pieced border is constructed with surprising ease using mirrored quilt blocks. Angela also introduces her special nested square unit technique!
3312: Appliqué in Bloom
Angela Huffman and Sara Gallegos join forces to teach a lovely quilt, that combines patchwork and appliqué, angles and curves, and batiks with non-batiks. It’s a quilting classic that lets you indulge in creative play.
Marianne Fons appears as a special guest on this episode that celebrates leftovers, those extra blocks and scraps from previous projects too good to throw away. We feature nap-sized and baby-sized quilts, both as simple and enjoyable as your favorite comfort food.
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