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Show 609 - Freeform feathers and Happy endings

Featuring: Bonnie Browning / Judy Woodworth

Posts On: April 26, 2010


This super show brings you two outstanding teachers for "the price of one!" First, professional machine- and award-winning quilter Judy Woodworth uses a Gammill Longarm Quilting Machine to create freeform, out-of-the-box feathers, and encourages Alex to try her hand as well. Then: Who doesn't love a happy ending? Bonnie Browning, author of nine books, including Borders and Finishing Touches 2, involves our enthusiastic studio audience as she demonstrates a variety of innovative techniques, tips, and notions for giving our quilts the best endings ever! You'll be learning something every moment of this jam-packed episode.

Show Information

From Chapter One:

Judy Woodworth
demystifies feathers and in addition how to customize feathers on her Gammill
Allery Chalk Cartridge set
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Book: Freemotion Quilting by Judy Woodworth
American Quilting Society
Linda Taylor
Hobbs Batting
Mary Sue Suiet

From Chapter Two:

Bonnie Browning joins us with her personal quilt history
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Borders and Finishing Touches by Bonnie Browning

From Chapter Three:

Bonnie teaches multiple math-less border solutions and creative binding techniques
Gold Threads paper
Simplicity Rulers
Simplicity Bias Tape Maker

From Chapter Four:

It’s Question and answer time for Bonnie and Judy

#1 Grandmere 2018-06-10 05:13
Once you fold the paper in increment halves as Bonnie Browning demonstrated, which will be the size of each square to be cut out for the border, do you have to add a 1/4" seam allowance to each side of the fabric squares when sewing each square together?
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