TQS gets another visit from "Down Under" as New Zealand quilter Sheila Christensen stops by. On this show, Sheila offers up fun and exciting ways to utilize the versatility of the triangle with her triangle patchwork technique. From there, she uses these techniques to show how to create a Star Tip block involving triangles in a row-by-row assembly method.

Wrapping up the show is a fashion free-for-all as Tami Pfeil visits to demonstrate all the different types of apparel and accessories you can make out of unusual fabric, culminating in an audience member fashion show.

Watch Sheila and Tami in Show 2512, when it debuts Sunday, December 1, 2019.


Meet Jayme Crow, an eclectic quilter and fabric designer for Island Batiks, who dabbles in many different styles. In this show, she shares a fun technique for creating a strip design using batik fabric with zero waste. She also shares her diamond shaped Boondoggle ruler and the basics of cutting and assembly with the ruler to make an infinite variety of quilt designs.

Also in this show, Alex talks about straight line quilting and how to avoid the "stop and start" process. She also shows off her Bubble quilt where she machine appliquéd circles onto the quilt after it was quilted.

Watch Jayme in Show 2511, when it debuts Sunday, November 17, 2019.

Susan Cleveland is back for her 4th appearance on The Quilt Show. This time she takes the Dresden Plate block to a whole new level with fussy cutting, arches, piecing, and interlocking parts. Using her Dynamic Dresden Ruler she gives you ideas for new ways to create these fun and interesting blocks. You'll also get a peek at her latest book which has 7 new projects. Susan also gives you tips for stitching in the ditch and finishing the edges of your quilts.

Watch Susan in Show 2510, when it debuts Sunday, November 3, 2019.

Meet Amy Milne, Executive Director of the Quilt Alliance, who shares the history and samples of quilts made by children. Amy also discusses the Kids Initiative and talks about the importance of documenting your quilts and the various ways to create a label.

Also in this show, Alex shares her experience with her parents' Alzheimer’s and the help she received to make an activity mat for her mother. She discusses how you can make your own activity mats geared toward individual needs.

Watch Amy in Show 2509, when it debuts Sunday, October 20, 2019.

Sarah Ann Smith, a TQS member from the very start, taught herself quilting while working in Bolivia using Quilter's Newsletter magazines.
In this show, Sarah Ann teaches us how we can achieve realistic results for recreating photographs using a variety of techniques. She also demonstrates using threadwork to enhance your quilt.
Also in this show, Ricky demonstrates two techniques for sewing a perfect mitered border corner. He follows this up by offering tips for avoiding puffy or tapered borders and how you can use this same process to create a multiple border mitered corner.

Watch Sarah in Show 2508, when it debuts Sunday, October 6, 2019.

Improv quilter extraordinaire Sherri Lynn Wood is on the set. Sherri Lynn brings a distinctive voice to her works and considers her quilts to be her sculptures. She works with Alex and a traditional block to explore pattern and create a "new" block. She also talks about the process of making bereavement quilts.
Also on the set, Ann Myhre offering a look at her collections of intended work and how she likes to store them, via vintage tea cups, baskets, small containers, and other various objects. Ann then presents a collaged work featuring a fox that includes a multitude of techniques.

Watch Sherri and Ann in Show 2507, when it debuts Sunday, September 22, 2019.

Sherri Lynn Wood - look here for more of her work.

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