We return to the Witte Museum in San Antonio, TX, to meet Priscilla Knoble, a "lover of all things fiber-related" who grew up the daughter of missionaries in Japan. As a quilter familiar with the Japanese design aesthetic and fluent in the language, Priscilla emerged as the obvious (authorized) choice to translate, publish, and distribute the books of renowned Japanese quilt artist Yoko Saito. Priscilla discusses the subtle, but surprisingly complex Japanese taupe color palate, shares images from the Tokyo International Quilt Show, and then demonstrates some of Yoko's favorite tools and techniques, including how to create and hand appliqué teeny tiny bias stems, design an original House block, and stitch a fully-lined inside pocket.
Priscilla Knoble (Stitch Publications)
Priscilla Knoble of Stitch Publications brings East to West... showcasing the work of Japanese quilter Yoko Saito.
Priscilla teaches the subtle nuances of color theory regarding Japanese quilts and how to achieve the excellent work of Japanese stem making.
Priscilla teaches how to build your own house - in cloth and Japanese style.
Priscilla continues teaching Yoko's tips while making a beautiful fully-lined inside pocket.