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Show 1608 - Creating Unique Collage Quilts & Quilts with Meaning

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Donald the Dotted Dragon by Sue Bleiweiss

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Margaret Miller (Episode 401) shows you how to create many variations throughout a quilt, using just one four-patch block.

Jan Krentz (Episode 1103) demonstrates how to work with and create usual designs using fabric with stripes.

Join the Strip Club...for quilters! Daniela Stout (Episode 1110) shares how fast and easy it is to go from a strip-sewn tube to quilt blocks.

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2015 Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show to Honor 28 Quilters

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show, the show teamed with Island Batik to honor 28 quilters. These quilters represent the best and most creative work throughout the show's 40 years.

The featured quilters are: Joanne Myers, Ruth Ingham, Delores Minson, Sally Hass, Jan Lau, Valori Wells Kennedy, Robin Ryan, Phyllis Johnson, Jean Wells Keenan, Donna Rice, Cathy Moen, Kristin Shields and Carol Webb.

The inspirational instructors are: Lawry Thorn, June Jaeger, Jackie Erickson, Ruth Ingram and Karla Alexander.

The machine quilters are: Lori Gailey, Cindy Young, Helen Brisson, Tammy MacArthur and Laura Simmons.

The Quilt Show Sunday lecturers are: Gwen Marston, Jean Wells Keenan, Elizabeth Hartman, Alissa Carlton and Angela Walters.

The honored quilters will be special guests at the Ruby Celebration from 5:30 to 8 p.m. July 8 at the Sisters High School Auditorium, 1700 McKinney Butte Road. For tickets and information visit www.sistersoutdoorquiltshow.org or call 541-549-0989.

The annual show will be held on Saturday, July 11, 2015 from 9am to 4pm in Sisters, Oregon.

Never been to Sisters? Enjoy this video from a previous show.

Use Your Recycled Clothing to make a Cute Sewing Kit

Kendra McCracken at Fiskars has come up with a cute way to turn old clothing into useable items.  In this tutorial she shows you how to make a pincushion and needle book using an old shirt and jeans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TQS Asks Becky Goldsmith a Few Questions on the Set

We caught up with Becky on the very noisy set of TheQuiltShow.  Find out about her vices, her worst quilting disaster, and what she would be doing if she didn't quilt.

Star Members can watch Becky in Episode 611:  Appliqué the Piece O' Cake Way and also look for her this August in Episode 1704.

Kent State University Museum: Inside Out - Revealing Clothing's Hidden Secrets

MARCH 12, 2015 - FEBRUARY 14, 2016

Higbee Gallery | Sara Hume, Curator

The art of creating beautiful custom clothing has always entailed intricate, detailed workmanship that is hidden when the pieces are worn. This exhibition showcases the secret inner-workings that are usually out of sight. Weights, pockets, quilted linings, boning, ruffles and labels all come to light when the garments are flipped inside out. The pieces range from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century and include both men’s and women’s wear.

Martha Stewart Patriotic Quilts

Americana expert Laura Fisher brings her collection of patriotic quilts to show Martha Stewart.  One of them can be yours for a mere $25,000. Click on the photo to be taken to the Martha Stewart site to watch.

The Work of Sue Bleiweiss

Enjoy the fanciful and color-drenched work of Sue Bleiweiss.

Star Members can watch Sue in Episode 1608: Creating Unique Collage Quilts & Quilts with Meaning.

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