Alex and Ricky were joined on the set by Cathy Wiggins, whose life took a major turn when she discovered and fell in love with the beauty and flexibility that leather offered. Not one to shy away from a challenge, she sold her entire fabric collection to fully embrace leather and to take quilting to a whole new level. Cathy teaches you the properties of leather and a wide array of options for incorporating it into your quilting.

Star Members can watch Cathy in Show 1909: Taking Leather to a Whole New Level.

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This show also features Hollis Chatelain. We visit her home, studio, and gardens in North Carolina to see where she works, creates, and plays.









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Alex and Ricky were joined on the set by Carol Morrissey, take a peek at what when on behind-the-scenes.

In this show, Carol shows you how she makes realistic images of flora and fauna using paint and ink. Her end results almost look like water colors. She also demonstrates how to make a fast, fun, fused postcard you can actually mail. Her tips include how to remove fused pattern pieces, as well as fabric-saving techniques.

Also in this show, Cyndi Souder takes you through her process of creating personalized celebration quilts, using both traditional and original designs.

Star Members can watch Show 1908:  Postcards and Photorealism.

It debuts, Sunday, 10/9/2016.
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Join in the fun as two great friends, Lois Podolny & Nancy Arseneault stop by to teach Alex and Ricky a few lessons about quilting.

Show 1907: Machine Quilting Friends debuts Sunday, September 25, 2016.

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When Allie Aller began quilting in high school, she started with the basics, moved on to broderie perse, followed by landscapes, until she found her true passion with crazy quilting. Allie joined Alex and Ricky on the set to tape Show 1906: Crazy for Crazy Quilts and discovered it was a special day.

Show 1906 debuts in Sunday, 9/11/2016.

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Alex and Ricky are joined by Barbara Yates Beasley, a lifelong lover of animals, who says, "when making an animal portrait quilt, it's all about capturing the expression of the animal and its soul." Barbara will show you her method for doing just this.

Alex also demos a "zig zag" binding without using bias-cut fabric.

Star Members can watch Barbara in Show 1905:  Animal Portraits.

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Sherry Rogers Harrison makes quilts that look like they are appliquéd, but they are not. She and her "deceiving" quilts joined Alex and Ricky on the set.

Star Members can watch Sherry in Show 1904: The Appearance of Applique when it debuts on August 14, 2016.

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