The TQS gang returns to the Charleston Tea Plantation for a visit with quilt artist, teacher, and author, Wendy Butler Berns, known for her amazing photo-based pictorial quilts. Wendy, recipient of the 2009 Jewel Pearce Patterson scholarship for quilting teachers, presents practical solutions for designing and implementing pieced borders, offers a wealth of tips for adding texture to a variety of quilt projects, and compares notes with Ricky about their simultaneous foray into quilting—with their respective dads! Then we check in with contemporary folk artist and teacher Sue Spargo, who shares a sampling of her newest adventures in dimensional stitching.
Wendy Butler Berns shares her diverse quilts and personal history from the Charleston Tea Plantation in South Carolina.
Wendy teaches fun and unique ways to approach border treatment.
Wendy teaches how to incorporate Superior Threads Texture Magic into both piecing and appliqué.
TQS catches up with Sue Spargo in Sisters, Oregon.
Wendy talks about the time she spent singing and traveling wit the music group Up with People.