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Show 705 - Tips, Techniques... and a Special Tribute

Featuring: Frieda Anderson

Posts On: August 30, 2010

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If you love to collect tips-and to fuse-you'll love this show! First, Jennifer Keltner, editor of American Patchwork and Quilting, shares "Tricks in Your Toolbox: Top 10 Quilt Tips" - a sampling of great ideas for making your quilting experience even more enjoyable, accurate, and efficient. Next, quilt artist and teacher Frieda Anderson joins us for a show and tell of her fabulously fused quilts and to demonstrate how she builds a fusible applique design and how to make a decorative-edged fused binding. Finally, in a moving field piece, TQS visits New York City to view The National Tribute Quilt, conceived and orchestrated by the Steel Quilters of United States Steel Corporation in response to the events of September 11, 2001. Keep the Kleenex handy.

Show Information

From Chapter One:

Jennifer Keltner, executive director of American Patchwork and Quilting Magazine, shares her top ten reader tips from the magazine.
Meredith Corporation

From Chapter Two:

Frieda Anderson joins us for show and tell.
The Chicago School of Fusing
AQS
Frieda's book Fun, Fast Fusies is currently out of print.
To order Frieda's fabric - Click Here.

From Chapter Three:

Frieda teaches her fun, fast, fusies techniques.
To see Frieda's original patterns - Click Here

From Chapter Four:

TQS visits New York to see a 9/11 memorial quilt at The American Folk Art Museum.
Q&A with Frieda.
Fairfield Bamboo Batting
Wonder-Under by Pellon

From Chapter Four:

Fabric to Dye For



Comments   

#3 MarieHMisgen 2017-08-07 17:58
To quote Alex: This has changed my Life !!
I could never do freezer paper applique as something was always backwards - paper to fabric, design flipped,
etc. This technique eliminates that !!!! I'm staying in my studio all night! Thank you Quilt Show People!!
#2 Kim H 2017-03-19 20:44
Thank you for the taste of this show! It was very enjoyable and plenty of eye candy with those amazing hand dyed fabrics!
#1 nusiax 2017-02-14 11:53
I enjoyed the afterset. My great grandmother taught me to shuttle and needle tat long long ago. It is a dying art form.

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