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The Quilt Show Newsletter November 22, 2021

 First Place Hand Quilting, Linda Franz on Inklingo, Janet Stone Interview, Textile Talks on Layered and Stitched Artists in California, The Musical Stylings of Ricky Tims, Memory Match, A No Nonsense Puzzle

Newsletter - November 22, 2021
Featured Quilt - First Place Hand Quilting / Handmade at Houston 2021

Somewhere in the World by Chinami Terai won First Place in the Hand Quilting / Handmade category at Houston 2021. Chinami says on her inspiration for her work, "In this quilt, I made colorful towns, trees, and a bright sky. I think that those towns exist somewhere in the world. While I was quilting I hoped the townspeople are peaceful, bright, and have a happy life." With exquisite Hand Piecing, Appliqué, Embroidery, and Quilting, we're sure everyone in Chinami's towns are as delightfully happy as those viewing her quilt.
Linda Franz Lets You Know All About Inklingo
A Quilting Product For A New Age

Hearing the frustration of many quilters who struggled for years with the time it took to accurately cut and piece, Linda Franz created Inklingo, a revolutionary downloadable method for printing shapes onto fabric that is done using a home printer.

Learn from Linda in How to Use Inklingo for Quilt Blocks and Fussy Cutting with Linda Franz.

The Quilt Show LIVE: Janet Stone Interview
Janet Had Two Quilts in Houston - Which Quilt Won?

Janet Stone is a master of quilting and design. She is on the way to making 26 ABC quilts. What number is she on? She entered two quilts into the Houston Quilt Festival. One won a prize, but she thought it would be the other quilt. You need to see both quilts and decide for yourselves.

Alex is LIVE today Monday, November 22, 2021 @ 10am PST, 1pm EST, and 6pm London time. All classes are recorded so they can be viewed later.
Textile Talks: Layered & Stitched - In Conversation with Alice Beasley, Susan Else, and the Pixeladies
California Artists Talk Innovative Art

Join San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles for a conversation with California artists, including Alice Beasley, Susan Else, and the Pixeladies, featured in the Layered & Stitched!: 50 Years of Innovative Art exhibit in an upcoming Textile Talk this December.

(Image Above: Left to right) Alice Beasley, No Vote, No Voice, 2014 ; Susan Else, Family Life, 2014 ; The Pixeladies, American Still Life: The Weight of the Nation, 2012.
In the Store - The Musical Stylings of Ricky Tims

Music With The Maestro

Relax and elevate your mood this holiday season with original music from Ricky Tims, including festive albums like Christmas in a Small Town, Christmastime, and more!

Jinny Beyer's Memory Match Game

Do you play Jinny's game? Have you tried challenging your friends? Find out who among your quilt group has that encyclopedic knowledge of quilt blocks. Have some fun and learn about quilting.

The Quilt Show Puzzle: A No Nonsense Quilt
"Yes Ma'am Damn!" by Patty Murphy

Patty writes in her blog, "Yes Ma’am Damn! was named for my friend. She tells me I was “raised right” because I always say ma’am when responding to her. My friend is in her early sixties, so it seems to me that it’s a polite reply. She is a quilter and got me onto a batik strip piecing kick. I took all my odds and ends of batik strips and stitched them together, cut the pieces into squares, then triangles, then assembled the parts."

See more of Patty's quilts in How to Piece and Cut Patchwork Quilts with Patty Murphy | Antique Crib Quilts.
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