Although she has only been quilting since 2008, teacher, author, (lifetime sewer) and Modern Quilter Jacquie Gering has already made quite a splash in the quilting world. Jacquie enjoys giving traditional blocks a fresh spin, and shares her technique for modernizing the classic Log Cabin block by altering the shape and size of the pieces and through adventurous fabric choices. She also demonstrates how to add lush texture to your quilts with straight-line quilting and the serpentine stitch. We then caught up with Alma de la Melena Cox, an artist who uses paint and fabric to create "quilts on wood", while she was teaching at Quilter's Affair in Sisters, OR.
Jacquie Gering talks about the Modern Quilt Guild and shares both her history and quilts.
Jacquie teaches how to take the classic log cabin block and shake it up it Modern style.
Jacquie shares her straight forward and fresh approach to quilting design.
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Jacquie answers questions from both the audience and Alex and Ricky. Then, TQS caught up with Alma de la Melena Cox, an artist who uses paint and fabric to create "quilts on wood", while she was teaching at Quilter's Affair in Sisters, OR.
Jacquie talks about the dinner she attended themed around her book, Quilting Modern, and her Modern quilt aesthetic.