Machine and hand appliqué can be tricky, especially when it comes to perfect circles, sharp points, bias stems, and prepping individual motifs. In TQS' first Appliqué Masterclass, Becky Goldsmith, Karen Kay Buckley, Pat Holly, Alex Anderson and Suzanne Marshall take the ‘scary’ out of preparing and executing beautiful appliqué pieces with easy to follow tips.

Take your appliqué to a new level with Pat Holly tips for creating your own machine stitched background fabric and fused borders.

Watch TQS' Appliqué Masterclass Part 1, Show 2701, when it debuts Sunday, June 28, 2020.


Come see as Michelle deGroot shares a variety of techniques to enhance your next quilt with painting on silk and thread work. Then Andrew Ngai gives you threaducation on WonderFil thread and how to choose the right thread for your project.

Watch Michelle and Andrew in Show 2613, when it debuts Sunday, June 14, 2020.


In our second Piecing Masterclass, TQS will help you overcome your piecing challenges when it comes to working with multi-seam intersections, inset circles, no-pin curves, joining two unusual shapes, and more. In Part 2, instructors Jo MortonRicky TimsAlex Anderson, and Cynthia England will demonstrate their tricks for piecing perfection. Also in this informative show, Bonnie K. Hunter demonstrates how chain piecing with a leader and ender can help you sew two quilt tops at one time.

Watch TQS' Piecing Masterclass Part 2, Show 2612, when it debuts Sunday, May 31, 2020.


TQS brings you the solutions to your piecing challenges. Sally Collins’ techniques will definitely improve your straight sewing and pressing issues, while Gyleen Fitzgerald makes sewing a Butterfly seam a breeze.

Then, Jacquie Gering and Victoria Findlay Wolfe teach you how to master improvisational blocks and curves. If piecing unusual shapes in paper piecing causes you frustration, Ann Harwell’s pinning method is sure to help. And, matchstick piecing has never been easier when you see Alex’s technique.

Watch TQS' Piecing Masterclass 1, Show 2611, when it debuts Sunday, May 17, 2020.


Alex and Ricky continue their trip in Sisters, Oregon and visit the home of June Jaeger. June is known for her fusible appliqué process which she uses to create pictorial quilts. In this show, she demonstrates that process and also shows you how to paint a Cascade Table Runner.

Need more techniques? Anna Bates is on hand to explain Sashiko and demonstrates how to trace the designs and make the stitches. 

Watch June and Anna in Show 2610, when it debuts Sunday, May 3, 2020.


Do YOU want to make an elephant? From her Baltimore Album quilts to her fabulous elephants, Sandra Mollon shares her love of silk and how to use it in appliqué. She also demonstrates how to add dimension to your quilts and projects with pastels and inking.

Also in this show, Sheila Sinclair Snyder stops by to share how you can construct a quilt “row by row” with a pieced block border in a "New York Minute".

Watch Sandra and Sheila in Show 2609, when it debuts Sunday, April 19, 2020.

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