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Show 1401 - From ABC to BOM: Tips and Techniques Just for "Ewe"

Featuring: Janet Stone

Posts On: January 6, 2014


We're thrilled to kick off our 1400 series with a visit from quilt designer and award-winning quilter Janet Stone. Ever since childhood, Janet has been intrigued by typography, and her wonderfully original designs—including A-Z for Ewe and Me, our 2014 TQS Block of the Month quilt—clearly demonstrate this lifelong passion for all things "alphabet." In this show, Janet shares a "flock" of tips for stitching accurate and easy flying-geese and half-square-triangle units, as well as some terrific ideas for creating machine-appliquéd letters . . . all useful techniques for making your own version of the BOM quilt. Also, Ricky demonstrates how to spice up your bindings with a scalloped detail.

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From Chapter One:

Ricky teaches how to create a scalloped binding as used on his streak of lightening quilt, Northern Lights.
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Wathc Philippa Naylor in Show 606: Showstopping Trapunto.
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From Chapter Two:

Multi award winner Janet Stone (TQS 2014 BOM designer) shares both her story and quilts.
A-Z for Ewe and Me! (TQS BOM 2014) by Janert Stone
Master Quilt

From Chapter Three:

Janet teaches her piecing tips and tricks which helps achieve her award winning results.
Bloc_Loc Rulers

From Chapter Four:

Janet continues teaching her on point perfect raw edge appliqué.

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