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Show 2703: Pam Raby - Take on Triangles / Andrew Ngai - 3 WonderFil Threads

Featuring: Pam Raby / Andrew Ngai

Posts On: July 26, 2020


Pam Raby explores the various ways to use the square in a box and create a new block. She also demonstrates how to bind a quilt with a single layer binding. Andrew Ngai demonstrates the three WonderFil threads every quilter needs.

Show Information

Links to Artists:

Pam Raby (Loved to Pieces)

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Pam's Triangle-in-a-Square block pdf. (For Star Members)

Andrew Ngai (WonderFil)

From Chapter One:

Alex and Ricky meet with Pam Raby, a former Software engineer who needed a creative outlet and discovered quilting, and take a look at her quilts.

From Chapter Two:

Pam discusses how quick, small sketches can lead to great quilt designs. She also shows how using multiple rulers together can be used to build and square up oversized blocks.

From Chapter Three:

Pam shares her method for joining those tricky bias binding ends together.

From Chapter Four:

Andrew Ngai, owner of WonderFil, shares three WonderFil threads that everyone should have in their workspace.

Products and Artists Mentioned:

#9 heini398 2020-08-06 04:02
Dear Alex, dear Ricki,
i love to watch your shows :-) (from Austria) !!!!
But today i want to say, that i find it not good to make publicitiy for water-soluble threads. We habe so much platic waste in our wourld and we have to stop it, by resign at things that are not indispensible for life.
Thanks for all good things you bring at your shows !
Best regards
#8 Primrose55 2020-07-31 09:58
I’m a WonderFil lover, and deco bobs which weren’t mentioned are just great. I use them with different weight threads on the top and it always works.
I also use Invisafil for hand piecing and EPP, but starting with a knot is more difficult, it’s just too fine so I was incredible pleased to find another way to start, not just a back stitch. It is difficult to describe, but involves an initial backstitch, not pulled through, then wrapping the two lengths of inviafil over the needle in opposite directions and pulling through. Produces a totally secure start.
#7 mkdquilts 2020-07-29 12:12
Pam Raby's Triangle-in-a-S quare document is now available for download. Find the link in the Show Information section under Pam's name..
#6 cheddar 2020-07-28 14:32
I was introduced to Wonderfil thread at Sun Valley Quilts in Arizona. It works fantastically when stitching the Hand Quilted look stitch. Bernina 1328. I’ve used the 80 and 100 wt thread and just matched it to the top fabrics so pleased with the results every time I use it. Thanks for the info on the 3 threads during this program.
#5 mkdquilts 2020-07-27 19:08
We are working to obtain the printout for the show. Thank you for your patience.
#4 AuntJo 2020-07-26 21:01
Enjoyed the show !! where is the printout she had showed ? thank you TQS
#3 grams5 2020-07-26 19:15
Where do go to watch this video?
#2 adamsme 2020-07-26 17:36
Looking for the pdf mentioned in the video.
#1 saroja 2020-07-26 10:14
How do we access the printout she is referring to?
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