Who would have thought one could do so much with pipe cleaners, cording, plexiglass, ink, snippetts of fabric, scraps, wash away stabilizer, and so on. Grab anything, and try it. I love that since I'm a mixed media artist anyway. That Migraine soft sculpture was great and had me really identifying with it. I laughed and laughed at the funny comments. It's great to see Alex and Ricky's work evolving too. I'm glad this is such a dynamic show, and we get to put in our comments too.
Really like the new back ground decor/set design. It's very warm and welcoming.
The show was wonderful with Sally. I very much appreciate that each of you used vastly different techniques to incorporate all of the fabrics into the challenge pieces. Each of the different producers/staff on the quilt show incorporated even more different techniques. Angels really struck me I got the open door and even though I've only met her once somehow I knew that was her piece right away!
Ricky and Alex , congratulations, you have reallly grown as hosts , easy confident and poised. For me this was the best show yet on every count . I learnt so much from all of you today and I am going to use all the techniques shown. I LOVED< LOVED< LOVED the show , the best one yet . I am really excited. Stellar performances by all, thank you, Lulululu
I really loved this show. I always enjoy each show, even if it is something I might not try myself. But this show was amazing! Thank you so much Alex for the Jean Wells strippie lesson. I've been waiting for that!! I will definitely use that-can't wait. Ricky--I loved the little quilting wigglies that added so much to the quilt. And I loved Sally's Avalong stabilizer technique. I'll also try that one. I am trying to venture forth in different directions and these 3 techniques will be added to my resume, so to speak!!! Did I mention I loved this show??? Thanks so much for always inspiring me! Cathi
I think that was my favorite show. But I seem to say that with every one. I bought some cording and ribbons etc when I wanted to do bobbin quilting (never did get to that) now I am having a bunch of different ideas for that stuff. How did I live without TQS?
Wow what a greate show!!! Thank you so much Sally, Ricky and Alex
Inspiration is flowing over here in Norway!
To learn new techniques, tips and tixs to use is a blass....
Thats why I LOVE LOVE LOVE TQS