Our new show debuting this week features quilt artist Rhonda Denney, who loves the challenge of trying to capture the spirit of a subject in her work, be it expressive eyes, a look, or a position. Get a behind the scenes look to see how she brings her creations to life, and stay tuned for how she brings it all together this Sunday.
Coming up this week on The Quilt Show, go behind the scenes with Cristina Arcenegui Bono and longarm specialist Denise Lopez. Cristina loves to create pictorial wholecloth quilts often depicting children or fairy tale scenes and Denise gets down to the basics of ruler work on sit-down and domestic machines. All this, and more, this Sunday on The Quilt Show!
It's almost Sunday, which means it's almost new show day. To get you pumped up for our latest, take a look to see what was going on on set that day with our featured guests Irene Blanck, our 2022 BOM designer, and quilt historian Lisa Erlandson.
This week's Quilt Show features a former IBM instructor and consultant who became a quilter after a visit to the dentist. How you may ask? Go behind the scenes of our latest show and see if you can guess how Sherri Lipman McCauley took the path from the tech world to becoming a fabulous fiber artist who makes creative and graphic improv quilts!
Who's on The Quilt Show this week? Carole Lyles Shaw, that's who! Join us behind the scenes as we get a peek at our upcoming show with Carole all about modern, colorful and vibrant improv quilts that feature her love of individualism and free expression.
Go behind the scenes this week as Maria Shell makes a return trip to The Quilt Show. Get a glimpse of what she has in store for us, including how to turn lines and triangles into squares, how to make braided curves without a ruler, and so much more. Plus, we're getting another visit from the creators of the Houston International Quilt Festival, Nancy O’Bryant Puentes and Karey Patterson Bresenhan.
Join Alex Anderson on the set of The Quilt Show as she meets our 2023 Block Of the Month designer, Sarah Fielke. Go behind the scenes as Sarah shows off Homeward Bound, the 2023 BOM, and demonstrates her way to appliqué, how to lay out appliqué borders, and how to create fabric from your stash with scraps.
Sheila Frampton Cooper’s bold work commands attention. She revels in the spontaneous, calls her work fantasy abstraction, and is not just a quilter, but also a painter, jewelry maker, and designer. Her greatest love is improvisational piecing, which we are giving you a sneak peek of today in anticipation of Sunday's show.
Our guest this week is Catherine Redford, and she has a passion for teaching walking foot quilting and hand embroidery work. Join us behind the scenes and get a glimpse as she shares how simple embroidery stitches combined with unusual materials can create textures that will dazzle.
Complex, colorful, and thousands of hand-stitched beads are Colette Dumont’s trademark when it comes to creating her award-winning quilts. Take a sneak peek at this week's show as Colette shares tips for making your own Lamé bias tape and beaded edging for a quilt. A dig through her mother’s button box led Alex to find fun and creative ways to embellish a quilt with button embroidery.
Join us behind the scenes for a look at our next all-new show with Ana Buzzalino and BERNINA expert Denise Lopez. Ana is going to show you how to create a collage of images easily in PowerPoint and explain how she embellishes fabric rocks. Plus, Denise will demonstrate a unique way of loading fabric on the longarm.
Robin Long is up next as this week's guest of honor, along with returning serger expert Pam Mahshie. Get a look at what was going on on set during their stay, and a peek at the mariner's compass and serger fun to come!
Our upcoming show features upcycling and embroidery work from some of the best, and you only have to wait till Sunday to see it. But in the meantime, here's a peek behind the scenes with Marty Ornish and Blair Stocker as they show off their respective upcycling of vintage textiles and embroidery work with gingham.
Patrica Belyea of Okan Arts is going to be an upcoming guest on The Quilt Show next year. She just recently taped her show and wrote all about her experience. It is a wonderful first-hand account of what it's like to tape the show from the perspective of the guest.
On the next episode of The Quilt Show, one quilter makes the simple look complex with ease, while the other makes computerized quilting designs using an embroidery machine a breeze. Come see what Candace Hassen and Connie Fanders got up to behind the scenes, and maybe even learn a thing or two as well.
Our next show is full of color and design that we can't wait for you to see. So we won't make you wait for that much longer (just till Sunday). In the meantime, here's a behind-the-scenes look at Guatemalan artist Priscilla Bianchi, as she introduces you to the vibrant world of handwoven Mayan textiles.
Catch a glimpse of our upcoming show in this behind the scenes peek, as artist, author, and teacher Rayna Gillman stops by to share her love of making improv quilts and a desire to always ask "what if" when making her quilts. And, Ricky will share tips for that tricky Y-seam and the 8-pointed LeMoyne star.
Our next show is all about keeping you on the up and up, so we thought we'd keep you updated with a sneak peek at what's coming with our latest guests, Blair Stocker and Pam Mahshie. Blair is known for her love of colorful scrap quilts and upcycling. With a background in apparel design, she shares tips for t-shirt quilts by bringing a modern twist to an old favorite. AND, BERNINA sewing expert Pam shows how to add more interest to your quilts using decorative and textured stitches on a serger.
Do you want to know what's happening on the next episode of The Quilt Show? Then come with us as we go behind the scenes with Teresa Duryea Wong, who will present tips for understanding and collecting vintage Japanese textiles, and how to make a string quilt with scraps. Also, hiding a mistake on a quilt is made easy with a machine appliquéd mask that Alex shows you how to do.