Special Guest Jean Wells uses inspirations from nature to create a series of small quilts. The surprise is how they are combined and displayed! Ricky demonstrates making a flying geese block with only one seam, Photo Man gives advice on selecting photos for use in quilts and Gizmo Girl helps us get portable.
Flying Colors, quilt by Ricky Tims
Visit Photo Man's Website
Ricky Tims' Hand-dyed fabric
Ricky Tims' Commercial Fabrics produced by Red Rooster - ask your local quilt shop
Folded Flying Geese Measurements:
For each Folded Flying Geese unit you will need to cut two 3" squares and one 3" x 5 1/2" rectangle. Follow instructions in video for assembly.
Photo Transfer Paper:
There are a variety of photo transfer papers on the market. Visit Stitchin' Heaven to find one that is right for you.
Getting to know Jean Wells:
Visit the Stitchin Post and Twigs at www.stitchinpost.com for inspiration, education and cool stuff.
Jeans book is Portraits from Nature by Jean Wells available at www.stitchinpost.com.Check out Valori Well´s work and blog at www.valoriwellsdesigns.com
Jean uses the following products for her project:
• Light weight fusible adhesive with thread application or dot surface (not film style)
• Appliqu� pressing sheet
• Tear away or water soluble stabilizer
• Fusible batting
• Seed beads
Visit C&T Publishing for innovation, education and creative ideas at www.ctpub.com
Gizmo girl on the Go:
Visit Gizmo Girl / Cheryl Uribe at www.relicquilts.com
The following products reviewed are:
• Check out Cheryl Ann´s Portable Design walls at www.cherylannsdesignwall.com
• Clover lighted rotary cutter - www.clover-usa.com
• Portable sewing table by Sew Ezi - www.sewezi.co.nz
Make plans to visit the Sister´s Outdoor Quilt Show ALWAYS held the second Saturday of July. For more information about the quilt show, related events or to order product please visit: www.stitchinpost.com
or call: 541-549-6061