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Show 2603: Cindy Seitz-Krug Quilting on a Grid / Ricky Tims Quilt Words

Featuring: Cindy Seitz-Krug / Ricky Tims

Posts On: January 26, 2020


The Quilt Show is introduced to Cindy Seitz-Krug, a quilter for almost thirty years, who shares her approach to quilting designs that are grid based with techniques that are great for whole cloth quilts and easily adapted for patchwork quilts. Ricky also shares tips for adding machine quilted lettering to your quilt.

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Cindy Seitz-Krug

From Chapter One:

Ricky shares tips for adding machine quilted lettering using freezer paper to your quilt.

From Chapter Two:

Alex and Ricky are introduced to Cindy Seitz-Krug, who got her start when she was invited by her mother to join in a 30 week quilting class in 1992. She has been recognized for her work in a special exhibit at a Phoenix AQS show and has taught classes with AQS as well. Then Cindy shares her quilts and tells their stories.

From Chapter Three:

Cindy explains, shares examples, and gives tips for grid-based designs based off of her book, The Grid Based Design Workbook.

From Chapter Four:

Cindy tells us how grid designs work well for patchwork as they have set areas for quilting. She then shares tips for working out a design.

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#6 Aliciamom 2020-12-27 15:18
Loved this show! I'm going to give grid quilting a try.
One way to prevent wrinkles is to place acid free tissue paper between the folds.
#5 quiltendeb 2020-02-09 15:50
I think this show changed my life. I try and quilt all my quilt tops myself, either by hand or machine.
Great show.
#4 Judith Kabel Johnson 2020-02-03 08:32
Thank you so much for this show!! I had the pleasure to take two 1 day classes with Cindy with the Austin Area Quilt Guild in Austin, Texas. She has such a wonderful, calming approach to teaching in addition to her talent, it was truly a great experience.
#3 Patricia Hartman 2020-02-02 09:15
So fun to see Cindy again. Was lucky enough to get to take her class several years ago in Eagar Arizona and she does make you feel you can do most anything if you want it enough to practice. The practice panels are great and once you get the hang of the design you CAN do it! Give grid base design quilting you will love it!
#2 clamanna 2020-01-29 10:10
The grid number is actually SCL-406-00.
#1 missbusybee 2020-01-26 12:39
A good way to store and transport quilts to prevent wrinkles is to roll them on swimming pool noodles. This would also work when shipping them in the cardboard tubes!
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