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Learn Dyeing and Appliqué Techniques for Landscape Quilts with Sandra Mollon

(Show 2810) Sandra Mollon demonstrates three different ways to dye fabric for landscape quilts, a submersion technique, a vertical dye technique, and a “table” technique. Sandra also teaches Alex a prepared edge appliqué technique and a raw-edge fused appliqué technique all which can be used for landscape quilts and artful gifts.

Landscape Quilts, Fabric Dyeing, Raw Edge Applique, Fusible Applique
Series 2800

Product List:

Seasons of Life by Sandra Mollon (C&T Publishing) – Out May 2021
Pro Chem Dyes
PFD Fabric
Soda Ash
Synthrapol (or Blue Dawn Detergent)
Urea Water
Procion Dyes
N95 Mask
Roxanne’s Glue Baste It
Karen Kay Buckley Scissors
Faultless Magic Light Finish – Sizing
Alex Anderson's 4-1 Tool
Wool Pressing Mat
YLI Silk Thread – 100 wight
Milliner’s Needles
Faber Castell Colour Pencils
Tsukineko Ink
Caran D’ache Oil Pastels
Fantastic Tsukineko (Brush Tip)
Craft Cutter with Ceramic Blade
Freezer Paper
Sharpie
Goddess Sheet, Parchment Paper, Mistyfuse

Rebecca Buchanan
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Just catching up and this show was AMAZING!!! Could have stretched into two shows. Thank you to Sandra and Alex!!!

Trudy Flynn
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I just bought the Ceramic blade and 4 refills on Amazon Cost was like $30.00 and we have Prime so no shipping.

Leslie Reese
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One of the best shows ever. This is something I am interested in learning more about....thread painting and raw edge applique. Hope there will be more of these shows to come. Thanks TQS!!!

Shirley Tchou
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What a fabulous show! You could have done an entire show on each technique. Sandra Mollon has so much knowledge and information. I could feel her frustration with having to only do the highlights. I love her quilts and techniques. Thanks for...

What a fabulous show! You could have done an entire show on each technique. Sandra Mollon has so much knowledge and information. I could feel her frustration with having to only do the highlights. I love her quilts and techniques. Thanks for having her on.

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WhiskersMama
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Well, duh! Click on a Chapter!

Linda Noble
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Unable to view this show and it looks like a good one. " Media not supported." The trailer works fine.

WhiskersMama
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I'm still getting "media not supported". I'm on Google Chrome

Joan
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"media not supported" message. Cannot view this show.

Penny
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Thanks for much for this show. More fabric art and long arm machine work would be very welcome from me as access to these areas do fabric work are limited in the UK. A fabulous resource and well done for continuing to produce shows during this...

Thanks for much for this show. More fabric art and long arm machine work would be very welcome from me as access to these areas do fabric work are limited in the UK. A fabulous resource and well done for continuing to produce shows during this interesting time we are all living through.

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Helen Ellice
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I also had problems trying to watch on my TV. I always watch on here. I had to resort to my iPad.

Can I also ask why you have to always hurry people on. I understand it can’t go on forever but why can’t their section be as long as it needs to...

I also had problems trying to watch on my TV. I always watch on here. I had to resort to my iPad.

Can I also ask why you have to always hurry people on. I understand it can’t go on forever but why can’t their section be as long as it needs to be? It’s not like a tv show where you have a time slot. I’d have thought that was one of the advantages of being your own website.
Regards Helen

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