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Show 1801 - Piecing Perfection from the BOM Designer

Featuring: Lessa Siegele

Posts On: December 31, 2015

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As the designer of the TQS BOM quilt for 2016, Lessa Siegele knows a lot about accurate piecing, and she shares many of her tips for piecing perfection.  Lessa grew up in Australia and has always loved historic quilts.  She was presented the Order of Australia Medal by Queen Elizabeth II for her work promoting quilting.  She shares the story of the Rajah quilt, made by women convicts while on a boat journey in the 1840s, which is the basis for the BOM quilt.  Lessa then offers many tips for accurate piecing, using her Rajah Quilt Revisited as a sample.  She also has suggestions on how to personalize the BOM quilt, to make it your own.  TQS then visits the VA Museum, which houses some magnificent quilts.  Set in an 1856 historic home, it had been a hospital during the Civil War but now houses an enormous quilt collection.

Show Information

From Chapter One

Lessa Siegele shares her quilts and story

From Chapter Two

Lessa teaches how to start the Raja quilt with a personalized center along with accurate  piecing  and appliqué tips 

From Chapter Three

Lessa teaches 5 tips to achieve piecing excellence

From Chapter Four

The TQS cameras take a field trip to the Virginia Quilt Museum
Jinny Beyer – shows 601  and 313
 


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#22 dollaremylife 2017-08-19 00:26
Problem i can not go back and watch any shows not sure what to do
I love being able to catch up on shows i missed
#21 PamL. 2017-08-03 08:11
I would like to buy the pattern for the mini spinning bargello that leesa used to demonstrate skinny borders. Its brilliant.
#20 sewingrose 2016-03-09 00:20
Very interesting show. Do you have the measurements for the tip on making 1/2 square triangle blocks. How far apart do you need to make the diagonal lines. This is such a nice method so you don't have bias edges.
Thanks
#19 dahlialady 2016-01-15 10:36
Loved the show. Looking forward to getting started on the quilt. Her tips were fantastic!
#18 sue 2016-01-14 01:55
The pattern is available at Widebacks in South Australia for $15 AUD. You can order online.
#17 sugarmuffin57 2016-01-13 07:26
Quoting bjjiminy:
Please post where Lessa's patterns can be purchased. (her friend's website)


The website is 2SewTextiles. Click on the link at the bottom right of the home page.
#16 bjjiminy 2016-01-12 15:19
Please post where Lessa's patterns can be purchased. (her friend's website)
#15 Pinsandgiggles 2016-01-11 11:24
Hello, Loved this episode. Beautiful quilts and lots of wonderful tips! Have you received the measurement sheet for the flying geese and half square triangles? Wonderful programs!
#14 Nancy 2016-01-10 16:52
Would love the flying geese instructions. Did Leesa allow you to post them?
#13 Le Rowell 2016-01-10 14:59
Loved the show and most especially the visit to the Virginia Quilt Museum. This is a jewel in the Shenandoah Valley and a must to see for all quiltmakers and lovers. Thanks for the special feature! :lol:

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