During the Coronavirus outbreak, quilters are in their studios. Laura Wasilowski shares with Alex Anderson what she is doing and takes us all on a tour of her studio and dyeing workspace. Alex shows some of the small quilts she bought of Laura's, Laura displays some of her current work and even shares a song. FUN!

Laura is a TQS favorite. Learn from her in Show 303: Fearless FusingShow 1009: "Stamp Out" Fabric, and Show 2109: Inventive Products & Binding Unusually Shaped Quilts.



#26 Marilyn Weyman 2020-04-15 04:06
I just love Laura! I have taken several of her classes and have done some of her stitch-alongs. She is just as wonderful in person as she is online or on video.
#25 Christy112002 2020-03-31 16:56
Hahaha great song! Loved it!
#24 Brendaintheboro 2020-03-31 16:07
loved the song - great seeing the studio too
#23 Madeline Hawey 2020-03-31 08:37
I LOVE Laura Wasiloski, loved the interview, seeing her studio, etc.! Thank you for doing the delightful linterview. I am a great fan of her, and her fabulous handwork. Her bubbly personality is delightful.
#22 Nancy L Evans 2020-03-31 08:03
Thanks Alex for sending out this ray of sunshine, Laura, to us to learn about her studio and enjoy her iron song! This was fun and I may have to join in on her stitch-a-long while staying home! Those fabrics and thread are beautiful!!!!
#21 EditorAnne 2020-03-31 03:54
I enjoy these interviews. Thank you Alex.

Just one question, though. Why do you sound nice and clear, but all your guests sound like they're inside tin cans? Can you do anything to improve their sound quality?
#20 Nansews926 2020-03-30 22:39
Thanks to both of you for ending a very difficult day with a smile. My husband took a bad fall. After patching him up, making sure he ate so he could take his medicines, he became non-responsive before we could head to the urgent care for possible stitches. So all of a sudden I had to call 911. Thank God all was well at the end of the day as far as the fall -- stitches and a broken nose; however, he is still in the hospital to determine the cause of being non-responsive.

Our life has been a roller coaster since he was diagnosed with a small lung cancer in December, then chemo, lots of complications, and 3 trips to the hospital including today. This is the first day since December where I let this situation beat me down but both of you lifted me up. God bless both of you!
#19 Virginia A ODonnell 2020-03-30 19:23
I've been so lucky to have met Laura in person, once at a major show in Virginia and also when she taught in the Northwest. Being with her on line is almost as good! Thanks, Quilt Show, you constantly amaze me.
#18 PeggyS 2020-03-30 18:24
I almost feel as if I know Laura, but have not had the pleasure of meeting her yet. However, I do have a quilt or two of hers that always bring a smile to me!
#17 Donna Brooks 2020-03-30 17:41
Thanks for the tour and the entertainment!
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