Go behind the scenes and see where one of the world's most popular sewing machines gets made. See the BERNINA factory floor and learn some of its secrets directly from Switzerland.
Do a puzzle of Teri Cherne's quilt, Spread Your Wings and Fly.
On June 18, 2021 the Sacred Threads Exhibition is gathering virtually for a very special event. They have partnered with the Quilt Alliance to bring you some very special stories of joy, inspiration, spirituality, healing, grief and peace/brotherhood through quiltmaking in their Sacred Threads Quilt StoryShare.
Join TQS’s fun-loving Susan K Cleveland on a 10-day tour of Japan in late May of 2022! This group will be very small (just 25 adventurers). Your trip will focus on textiles, quilts, culture and lifestyle. You'll even become students of Japanese teachers in hands-on classes! This will be the trip of a lifetime!
Do a puzzle of Becky Goldsmith's quilt, Welcome to the North Pole.
Trailer 2901: How to Machine Appliqué Using a Blanket Stitch with Annie Smith | Amy Barret-Daffin iPad Cover Tutorial
Debuting July 4, 2021: Annie Smith joins Alex and Ricky at our Dallas studio to demonstrate the basics of machine appliqué. Plus, C&T publisher, and quilter, Amy Barrett-Daffin shares an Ipad cover gift idea made using TAP (Transfer Artist Paper) and Kraft-Tex.
"The 1960s space race was more than a measure of scientific progress. The anticipation of this next stage of humanity left an indelible impression on culture, too." While most would think it would be television shows like Star Trek, or technology of the future like cellphones, it also had great influence on fashion at the time. Find out how!
Do a puzzle of Becky Goldsmith's quilt, Simply Delicious.
During her show, Gale Carson showcased a variety of unique fabrics from around the world. One of those is Bali Ikat, a black fabric that was so stunning Ricky had to buy some for himself. See how this amazing fabric is made and produced in this informative video.
Do a puzzle of Heidi Farmer's quilt, The Poppy Quilt.
"A new algorithm automates the notoriously complicated—and often frustrating—process of figuring out the order of steps in advanced quilting patterns." How does it do it? Read on to find out! (Photo Credit: Mackenzie Leake)