Long-time quilter, teacher, and self-confessed "obsessive quilter" Ann Petersen thrives on producing sharp points and perfectly pieced blocks, and loves to share her techniques for piecing success. In this show, Ann demonstrates her method for piecing accurate curves with the aid of freezer paper and just five pins! She also reveals her ingenious method for foundation piecing…without the fuss of paper to remove. Finally, if you suffer from arthritis, you'll appreciate our visit to the home and studio of Bend, OR, artist Sarah Kaufman, who has successfully adapted her quilting methods to cope with this debilitating ailment, and shares her nifty process for making the Folded Log Cabin block.
Ann Peterson shares her story and quilts and explains how she became the "Obsessive Quilter".
Ann teaches the tricks and tips to successful curve piecing.
Ann teaches her ingenious method for foundation paper piecing without having to remove the paper in the end.
TQS visits the home of Sarah Kaufman, who shares how she has overcome quilting with physical obstacles.
Ann talks about her love of science and pottery.