Prepare to be inspired! In 2008, during a dark period in her life, artist Lisa Sipes was encouraged by her mom to give quilting a try—and a passionate new quilter was born. Now a well-regarded professional longarm artist who loves detailed work, Lisa shares fun ways to add visual and textural interest to a wholecloth quilt with a variety of stitches and colored threads. She also shows how she creates her signature "triple stitch" and alternative ways to finish the edges of your quilt. We end by visiting with the amazing and inspirational Nola Emerie, who—after suffering a massive stroke at age 52 that paralyzed the right side of her body—decided to take up quilting. You won’t want to miss this.
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Lisa Sipes shares her unusual and inspiring life journey and quilts.
Paisleys, feathers, and fillers, Lisa shows how she works her magic when it comes to quilting.
Lisa teaches her signature move - the triple straight stitch.
Meet Nola Emerie, who, after a massive stroke at age 52 that paralyzed her body, took up quilting.