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Show 2701: Appliqué Masterclass 1

Featuring: Becky Goldsmith / Karen Kay Buckley / Pat Holly / Alex Anderson / Suzanne Marshall

Posts On: June 28, 2020

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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.

Show Information

Links to Artists:

Becky Goldsmith (Piece O' Cake)

Karen Kay Buckley

Pat Holly

Alex Anderson (Alex Anderson Quilts)

Suzanne Marshall (Suzanne Quilts)

From Chapter One:

Becky Goldsmith shows Ricky how she uses templates and needle turn appliqué to create a leaf.

From Chapter Two:

Karen Kay Buckley demonstrates for Ricky how to make perfect circles every time. Then Karen shares tips with Alex for making perfect appliqué stems, including an ironing trick to keep the stem laying flat.

From Chapter Three:

Pat Holly shows Ricky how to do stitched backgrounds, machine stitch tiny circles, assemble units with tweezers and how to make fusible frames.

From Chapter Four:

Alex explains to Ricky how she prepares finished machine appliqué. We end the show with Suzanne Marshall, Ricky's quilting mentor, showing him how she creates bias using lined notebook paper.

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Comments   
#20 Kareness 2020-07-14 20:49
I have watched this show twice now and I am beginning to believe I could improve my applique skill set with all these great ideas, examples, & instructions. Thanks to all participants.
#19 DebBoutwell 2020-07-13 10:45
Loved this. I have some of Karen's Bigger Perfect Circles, but they didn't have holes for easy storage. So I used my 3 hole punch (easier than using the hand held hold punch) and added holes so I could put them on a ring. Thank you!
#18 Max 2020-07-12 17:16
One of my best shows that I have seen. Thank you.
#17 Elizabeth7227 2020-07-10 11:10
Great class. So inspiring! Thank you.
#16 ritabeard 2020-07-08 10:30
I was fortunate to take an applique workshop from Suzanne Marshall YEARS ago in STL. I've used her technique ever since and love her method. Thanks for sharing this master class.
#15 stitch65 2020-07-06 10:04
I've been appliqueing for years. The bit with Suzanne was an eye-opener for me. I am just starting a project by Jen Kingwell and now plan to use her method and see if it works for me as well as it does for Suzanne. I can see why she is your mentor, Ricky. Well done!
#14 Abhaquilter 2020-07-03 20:26
Super concept, the Masterclass featuring artists from previous episodes. Such helpful tips! I'm inspired to continue to develop and incorporate applique into my making.
#13 LydiaS 2020-07-03 13:23
Thanks for the applique refresher. I learned a lot of stuff. Iove yourshow.
#12 JanWa98335 2020-07-02 18:07
Such a great show. Don't have to go to show index to watch every show on applique, it's all here. Thanks so much!
#11 mkdquilts 2020-07-02 17:54
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