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Show 1002 - The Value of...Value!

Featuring: Michelle Jackson

Posts On: January 16, 2012


Since graduating from FIT, Michelle Jackson has made a successful transition from lingerie designer to wearable art, and ultimately to art quilts. In this episode, the 2010 Niche Award-winning fiber artist demonstrates the relationship - and difference - between color and value, and the important part value plays in determining what one sees when viewing a quilt. In addition, Alex shows how cutting and constructing the Drunkard's Path block can be a snap with the help of the AccuQuilt GO! fabric cutter and dies. All this, show and tell, and a great location - the home of Bob and Barbara Normoyle in Monument, CO - too.

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Links to Artists:

Michelle Jackson (Quilt Fashions)

Alex Anderson (Alex Anderson Quilts)

From Chapter One:

Alex teaches how easy it is to piece a drunkards path.

From Chapter Two:

Michelle Jackson joins the show and shares her fiber journey and quilts with us.

From Chapter Three:

Michelle teaches the importance of value and how to achieve smashing results in quilts.

From Chapter Four:

Michelle continues teaching about color in our quilts.

After Set:

Michelle shows off her tractor quilt, talks about applying her fearless nature to her work, and shares what surprises her most about quilting.

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