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TOPIC: Episode 302: Sally Dutko

loved it! 10 Aug 2008 03:09 #23855

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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.
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03 Aug 2008 11:07 #23338

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Ditto to all the enthusiastic comments. It was a great show with lots of tips and ideas. The new set looks great also.

But where were Justin's and John's challenge quilts??!! All the other production staff were involved with the project.

Lorna
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23 Jul 2008 10:34 #22715

I loved the new decor, and very much enjoyed seeing each of the artists stretch themselves in new directions. Great show!

Pat in Rockport, TX
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23 Jul 2008 07:44 #22701

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!

Happy quilting!
Teri
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21 Jul 2008 23:45 #22625

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
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21 Jul 2008 21:22 #22611

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
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21 Jul 2008 21:12 #22609

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?
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21 Jul 2008 20:18 #22605

I really enjoyed the creativity! Alex ventured outside her traditional box. Great quilt, so modern! Can't wait to see more of Sally's work now that she is retired she should have more time to create. :)
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21 Jul 2008 14:57 #22572

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Terrific show! I really enjoyed it. It was great seeing the whole team involved. ~Jo~ NY
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21 Jul 2008 12:15 #22561

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I haven't watched yet. I'll do that right after lunch. When I go to the page describing each segment, they're blank. Is it just me?
eileenkny
No...its me too :wink: :shock:
So you dont have any problems with your computer :lol:
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21 Jul 2008 11:32 #22558

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It was a great show. Each quilt was so different it was hard to believe they used the same fabrics and only added one of their own choice. Loved the different techniques they shared. Great show!
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21 Jul 2008 11:20 #22556

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I haven't watched yet. I'll do that right after lunch. When I go to the page describing each segment, they're blank. Is it just me?
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Episode 302: Sally Dutko 21 Jul 2008 10:08 #22551

Wow what a greate show!!! Thank you so much Sally, Ricky and Alex :lol:
Inspiration is flowing over here in Norway! :wink:
To learn new techniques, tips and tixs to use is a blass....
Thats why I LOVE LOVE LOVE TQS :lol: :D :wink: :P
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