The Quilt Show Puzzle: "Black and White Double Wedding Ring" by Teresa Duryea Wong
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.
Trailer 3103: Improv String Quilts and a History of Japanese Textiles with Teresa Duryea Wong | Using Appliqué to Mask a Mistake
Debuting July 31, 2022: On the next Quilt Show, when our guest Teresa Duryea Wong saw a Japanese exhibit at the International Quilt Festival, she was so mesmerized that she spent the last eight years doing deep research on the magic and history of Japanese Textiles. And now she's bringing her knowledge here to us to share what she's learned.
"Enter a picture of your dog quilt and/or a picture of your dog with a quilt for a chance to be featured in Quiltfolk’s fetching new special edition: Quiltfolk Dogs!" - Quiltfolk
The final stop and last chance to see filmmaker Ken Burns' personal collection of historical American quilts on a rare public tour starts March 5, 2022 when Uncovered: The Ken Burns Collection opens at Peoria Riverfront Museum in Illinois.
Alex loved Teresa Duryea Wong's quilt, The Blue One, from their recent chat so much that we just had to learn more about it and share it with you.