In Show 2109, Michele Sanandajian wants to push the boundaries of what constitutes a quilt. Her collage work and her use of out-of-the-ordinary mediums makes her quilts stand out. Bits of dryer sheets, netting for produce, candy wrappers, and scraps of leather make their way onto a surface painted design in a layer-by-layer effect using her Innova longarm. Finishing off the work is her hand spun yarn that becomes the edge finish of the quilt.

Then, TQS catches up with textile artist, teacher, and “Dean of Corrections of the Chicago School of Fusing," Laura Wasilowski, in Sisters, OR, to see her “Pretty Planet” series and how she binds these unusually shaped quilts.

Star Members can watch Michele and Laura in Show 2109: Inventive Products & Binding Unusually Shaped Quilts, when it debuts Sunday, October 22, 2017.

Watch artist, author and teacher, Deborah Boschert, as she explores the possibilities of creating surface design with commercial fabrics. Seeing a need to help students overcome the struggle of getting started, Deborah shares a practical and easy way to self-evaluate your composition throughout the entire design process. 
Then Julie Silber, quilt historian, curator, and quilt broker, takes us on a history lesson via the lives of ordinary women, using quilts from the 1820s to 1950. You don’t want to miss this fun and information packed show.

Star Members can watch Deborah Boschert and Julie Silber in Show 2108: Surface Design Simplified & Vintage Quilt Bed Turning when it debuts Sunday, October 8, 2017.


Join us as multi-prize winner and youngest ever recipient of the Master Quilt Award, Bethanne Nemesh, shares her stunning artistry. Known for her inventive use of details, she shares a beaded piping finishing technique that adds that ‘wow’ element and a method for creating machine quilted feathers that requires no backtracking.

Also in this show, the TQS camera crew visits the home and studio of Maryland artist Lesley Riley, who shares a fabric collage technique for creating your own story in fabric. This tip filled show is not to be missed.

Star Members can watch Show 2107: Extraordinary Binding Techniques & Amazing Fabric Collage when it debuts on Sunday, September 24, 2017.


Making quilts for wordsmith Meg Cox, is about meaning, importance, and carrying on a tradition. She accepts the challenge to join Alex and Ricky in making a quilt based on a favorite musical. They will share the messages, tips, and techniques used to meet the challenge. Lo and behold, one of the three needs a bit of help when it comes to spelling...watch the show when it debuts on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017.

Star Members can watch Show 2106: TQS Challenge with Meg Cox, Alex Anderson, and Ricky Tims.


The delightful Allie Aller joins Alex and Ricky to demonstrate her latest stained glass technique for quilting. The sky’s the limit when it comes to the variety of design options too. No longer bound by using only cotton, oh no! Allie mixes silk, cotton, brocades, and even wool together to create stunning detailed and dimensional results.

Also in this show, a journey to North Carolina to learn about Pepper Cory’s love affair with shot cotton and how she is using it to create stunning effects in traditional quilt blocks.

Star Members can watch Show 2105: A Modern Approach to Stained Glass Quilting & Shot Cottons in Traditional Blocks when it airs Sunday, August 27, 2017.

Alex and Ricky are joined on the set by Zentangle master, former cosmetologist, and quilt artist Nysha Oren Nelson, who demonstrates six elements of marks in his free-motion quilt designs. Then, self-appointed Queen of Tuffets Sharyn Cole shows that these little jewels of eye candy aren’t just for Victorian ladies of yore.

Star Members can watch Show 2104: Zentangle Quilting & Totally Tuffets when it debuts Sunday, August 13, 2017.

Top 10 Reasons to Join the Quilt Show!

(Click on the box next to the YouTube logo to enlarge the screen.)

Learn about
Apliquick appliqué tools!

Watch Show 1912
with Rosa Rojas (free!)

Apliquick Rods


Apliquick - 3 Holes Microserrated Scissors


Apliquick Ergonomic Tweezers