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Show 2704: Kevin Womack - Create Fabric / Cheryl Phillips - A Braided Twist

Featuring: Kevin Womack / Cheryl Phillips

Posts On: August 9, 2020

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Kevin Womack shares his quilts from the Swaddling to Shroud Series and those influenced by New Orleans. He then shares a variety of techniques to create your own fabric by creating an appliqué bouquet and using Soy stamps, painting, and stenciling on fabric to make your own mark! Cheryl Phillips demonstrates how you can make a Braided Twist table runner.

Show Information

Links to Artists:

Kevin Womack

Cheryl Phillips

From Chapter One:

Meet Kevin Womack and view his quilts and inspiration.

From Chapter Two:

Kevin shares an approach to fabric design by filling a flower vase.

From Chapter Three:

Kevin shares different stencils to use when painting fabric.

From Chapter Four:

Cheryl Phillips demos how to make a Braided Twist using her Braided Twist Tool.

After Set:

Kevin talks about the inspiration he sees everywhere.

Products and Artists Mentioned:



Comments   
#9 AlexAnderson 2020-08-20 10:04
Yes - this was taped "before"
#8 Sekhmet 2020-08-20 07:20
Please reassure me that this episode was filmed pre-covid. If not then how can you have no masks, no social distancing! Otherwise shame on you for putting people at risk
#7 Nancy Eitnier 2020-08-17 14:10
Hope these were taped pre-coronavirus , because no one is wearing a mask!
#6 susanchinouth 2020-08-16 16:21
If you are going to do Kevin's flower vase in something to wash(quilt finished piece) you would probably want to wash the fabrics first for shrink, then iron, then cut out. Responding to 'in the bag ' person above.
#5 KWomack 2020-08-12 14:03
Quoting inthebag:
in the show with Kevin Womack, he said that you can't wash these. if it is all stitched down, WHY CAN'T YOU USE IT IN SOMETHING THAT IS TO BE WASHED??? thanks, Sandy

Hi Sandy,
You CAN wash, but I don't recommend it. The stitching covers just inside of each flower and the edges are left raw, so they will fray a LOT if washed. You could use fray check or something similar on the flower edges before designing if you really want to wash your project. Hope that helps & happy stitching!
Kevin
#4 Penelope Nolt 2020-08-11 17:31
Absolutely loved Kevin's quilting work, his photography and the use of his photography in his quilting art. I will be re-watching this episode just to look at the detail again. Thank you Kevin. Cheryl Phillips technique is amazing and the incredible process to the execution of working with her latest ruler. Thank you all at ARJJ for a wonderful episode of The Quilt Show. Stay safe and happy creating in your bubbles from NZ. :-) Paula
#3 inthebag 2020-08-11 08:49
in the show with Kevin Womack, he said that you can't wash these. if it is all stitched down, WHY CAN'T YOU USE IT IN SOMETHING THAT IS TO BE WASHED??? thanks, Sandy
#2 mkdquilts 2020-08-08 21:30
I believe the QS Print & PIece Fuse lite is available in the TQS Shop. - https://store.thequiltshow.com/quilters-select-print-and-piece-fuse-lite-p/q.s.-fuse-lite.htm
#1 Lhuber 2020-01-23 15:23
Alex used a product called Quilters Select Print & Piece Fuse Lite to do the hexagons . This is out of stock wherever I check. Do you know what I can use instead.
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