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Quilting Arts TV Series 1900 Video Download

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In this season of popular PBS television show, Quilting Arts TV, host and art quilter Susan Brubaker Knapp explores new techniques, projects, and inspiration for art quilting. You will get inspiration for creating unique and personal stories with your quilts. You will gain valuable skills for surface design, embellishment, appliqué, free-motion quilting, and much more. Make time for art quilting everyday with Quilting Arts TV!

Designer / Author: Susan Brubaker Knapp
Style: Art
Runtime: Approximately 6 Hours
Brand: Quilting Arts
Product Type: Video Download
SKU: EP14732

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Immerse yourself in the world of contemporary art quilting while learning about masterful surface design, professional finishing techniques, gorgeous machine quilting, and more found in Quilting Arts TV Series 1900! Watch and learn from many of your favorite art quilters when you join host Susan Brubaker Knapp in Season 1900.

Susan’s guests bring their specific expertise right to you with informative interviews, unique fiber art techniques, and charming projects. Through machine stitching, surface design, free-motion quilting, and even a bit of appliqué, they tell compelling stories with fabric and thread.

Join Susan as you find your artistic voice and make time for quilting every day!

Here’s a peak into each episode of Quilting Arts TV Series 1900:

1901 | Fun with Feathers

Ana Buzzalino designs, draws, and quilts feathers and fils; Susan Lenz combines fabric and fibers with a real feather; Susan Brubaker Knapp shares her favorite techniques for making feathers with free–motion stitching.

1902 | Working with Photos

Photographs inspire free-form collage artist Ellen Lindner; Landscape quilt artist Ann Loveless uses basic design principles to translate photos into lush art quilts.

1903 | Portraits

Whimsical quilt artist Mary Lou Donahue-Weidman builds a happy self-portrait; Susan Brubaker Knapp uses a pattern and paint to create a detailed portrait of her cat, focusing on the eyes.

1904 | Transfer Techniques

Jane Davila uses a special solution to transfer photos from paper to fabric; Ana Buzzalino edits photos on her computer then transfers them to her quilts; Kristine Lundblad shows how to pack a quilt for shipping.

1905 | Bowls and Buses

Heidi Lund fashions fabric bowls using lush batik fabrics; Quilt artist and vintage car enthusiast Teresa Shippy shows how she designs and quilts a magical bus quilt.

1906 | Tell Me a Story

Mary Lou Donahue-Weidman pieces free and easy blocks to build a quilt narrative; Leni Levenson Wiener captures familiar moments and translates them into compelling story quilts.

1907 | Plan and Design

Ann Loveless shares her process and passion for creating a 10-foot multi-panel landscape quilt; Grace Errea translates color values and harmonies into quilt designs.

1908 | Appliqué Three Ways

Ellen Lindner appliqués by machine using her double-reverse appliqué technique; Heidi Lund transfers, presses, and fuses raw edge images to create a wall hanging; Host Susan Brubaker Knapp shares her favorite needle-turn appliqué tips.

1909 | Enhance the Surface

Mary Lou Donahue-Weidman embellishes quilts with beads, buttons, and more; Ana Buzzalino adds glitter and shine to her quilts with metal leaf.

1910 | Borders and Finishing

Leni Levenson Wiener shows how to finish quilts with stretcher bars; Wendy Butler Berns pieces a colorful quilt border.

1911 | Fiber Frolic

Heidi Lund crinkles, embroiders, and stitches an underwater landscape; Susan Lenz creates yarn and fabric into fiber vessels then fills them with conceptual objects.

1912 | Color It Beautiful

Joann Sharpe takes the coloring book craze into the quilt world with brightly colored letters and shapes; Melissa Aversions creates watercolor fabrics using colored ink blocks; Teresa Shippy creates original fabric designs with embossed tin tiles.

1913 | Quilts from Start to Finish

Ellen Lindner shows how she considers focal points, balance, and composition when designing; Susan Lenz uses buttons and blanket stitches instead of traditional binding to finish her quilts artistically.

Additional Information

SKU EP14732
Author/Designer Susan Brubaker Knapp
Product Type Video Download
Runtime 6 Hours
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