Debuting October 9, 2022: On the next Quilt Show, Marty Ornish takes badly damaged quilts and transforms them into stunning, award-winning garments. Marty takes tattered vintage quilts and gives them new life in ways that make a powerful statement.
Debuting September 25, 2022: On the next Quilt Show, the Quilter Laureate of Porterdale, Georgia, Candace Hassen is here. After spending nearly three decades as a weaver, Candace discovered the joys of quilting and loves putting a twist on traditional blocks.
Debuting September 11, 2022: On the next Quilt Show, Guatemala is a country with a rich textile history but virtually no quilters. Enter in Priscilla Bianchi. Wait till you see how Priscilla combines the ethnic appeal of Mayan Guatemalan hand-woven textiles with American quilt-making techniques. She'll teach you specifically how to mix ethnic fabrics with quilter's cotton.
Debuting August 28, 2022: On the next Quilt Show, do you have a couple of orphan blocks just lying around your house? You know, those blocks that didn't just quite make the cut in previous quilts. Our guest, Rayna Gillman, wants to take your orphan blocks to the Cinderella Ball, and wait till you see her transformations.
Debuting August 14, 2022: On the next Quilt Show, out with the old and into a new quilt with up cycling. Join our guest, Blair Stocker, as she teaches an unexpected way to create a t-shirt quilt. Plus, Blair is "seeing red" over quilters finding value in their fabric stash. Blair says her techniques can help you see your stash in a different way, and perhaps even re-inspire you.
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.
Debuting July 17, 2022: On the next Quilt Show, just when you thought you'd seen it all, pop-up goes the quilt! Wait till you see the dynamic and dimensional quilts of Mary McCauley. She will show you how to make the most common pop-up stair step in fabric.
Debuting July 3, 2022: On the next Quilt Show, Amanda Murphy's back and this time she has quilting ideas galore. From breaking down the space, to combining free-motion with ruler work, Amanda will show you how quilting is more about texture than line.
Debuting June 19, 2022: On the next Quilt Show, her modern designs are bold, geometric, and simply wonderful. Meet Heather Black, and learn the basics of curved piecing. Plus, she has practical design tips you will not want to miss.
Debuting June 5, 2022: With a little Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo, we're showcasing a magical and fearless use of color. Meet Linda Sullivan from Colourwerx, who's on a quest to make quilting the happiest activity on Earth.
Debuting May 22, 2022: Libby Williamson is back and better than ever. Wait till you see all the exciting things she's doing with fabric art. She has so many tricks up her artistic sleeves and she's showing us a range of projects from cute to complex. See how she embellishes fabric panels that she creates.
Debuting May 8, 2022: If you think being a quilter builds character, wait till you meet our next guest. Olesya Lebedenko has come to The Quilt Show all the way from Ukraine, by way of Canada, and she is indeed building characters, really sweet, happy little characters.
Debuting April 24, 2022: We're bringing you our second Masterclass on Handwork with Rosie de Leon-McCrady, Anna Bates, Sandra Leichner, Amy McClellan, and Meg Hawkey. Essentially, we're keeping you in stitches with a variety of artists who love handwork. From the classic basic stitches of redwork to the classic and elegant stitches of sashiko.
Debuting April 10, 2022: When you hear names like Jinny Beyer, Cheryl See, Sue Spargo, Brian Haggard, or Sarah Fielke, no doubt you think of the extraordinary handwork of each one of these artists. With a resurgence and buzz over doing things by hand, we decided to put a masterclass show together with the masters of handwork just for you!
Debuting March 27, 2022: Ellen Lindner, known as the Adventure Quilter, enjoys guiding traditional quilters wanting to transition from tradition to art quilting. From photo inspiration to basic design principles, Ellen has broken each area into easy to understand concepts. And lastly, she shares an easy to do glued fabric collage composition using fabric scraps, a transfer design and electrical tape. This no sew, batting, binding or backing makes for a fun small project.
Debuting March 13, 2022: Tommy Romano is back to share skill builder quilt basics, advice on working with pre-cut jelly rolls and a Sudoku based quilt using 9-Patch blocks. Then it's time for a stop in LaGrange, TX for one of the country’s 10 best quilt museums, The Texas Quilt Museum. Founders Karey Bresenhan and Nancy O’Bryant Puentes restored a historic former furniture store into a fantastic exhibition space for rotating quilt exhibitions.
Debuting February 27, 2022: Riane Elise teaches Alex and Ricky what has become her signature modern minimalist style of quiltmaking. Using interesting materials and tools provide her the opportunity to focus on her love of hand quilting and design. Plus, learn how to whip your studio space into shape with Lilo Bowman’s five steps to jump start organizing a space you want to love again.
Debuting February 13, 2022: Kerri Green shares tips for taking a design on paper from pattern to precision piecing. Taking the basic design and adding depth with transparency and the added punch of value changes are techniques she also shares with Alex and Ricky. Then Lisa Erlandson shows how scale changes in antique quilts can make for a big impact.
Debuting January 30, 2022: Alex and Ricky share tips, tricks, and design ideas for both the hand quilting and machine quilting enthusiast alike. Starting with the tools, fabrics, threads, needles and batting choices to marking, basting and ending with a discussion on quilt density and no back-track feather designs, they cover it all.
Debuting January 16, 2022: Alex was so inspired by Sue Spargo’s recent wool and embroidery class when it comes to designing that she just had to share what she learned. Then Lisa Thorpe shows you how to build a framed bird box collage with simple machine stitches over layers of assorted fabrics, words on paper, ribbon and stamped images. Lisa also shares the importance of having a workbook to flush out ideas and themes that can be used as jumping off points for quilts.