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. Gregory Case, TQS' Photo Man, gives advice on selecting photos for use in quilts and Cheryl Uribe, Gizmo Girl, helps us get portable.
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From Chapter One:
Ricky teaches the one-seam flying geese block, featured in his quilt Flying Colors. Gregory Case shows how to use photos for photo transfers.
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.
From Chapter Two:
Jean Wells shows off her quilts inspired by nature.
From Chapter Three:
Alex and Ricky share an ironing tip. Jean shows Alex how to make an appliquéd Zinnia block.
From Chapter Four:
Cheryl Uribe, TQS' favorite Gizmo Girl, of Relic Quilts shows off notions created for portability, including Cheryl Ann's Portable Design Walls, the Clover Lighted Rotary Cutter, and the Portable Sewing Table from Sew Ezi.
From Chapter Five:
Ricky talks about the Daily Blog and how to submit a comment. A video about the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show is shown and Jean, Alex, and Ricky take questions from the audience.
Jean talks about what she would be doing if she wasn't a quilter and the changes she has seen in the quilting industry.
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