In this "dazzling" show, Alex and Ricky chat with textile artist, embellishment pioneer, and repeat Quilt National exhibitor Terrie Hancock- Mangat about the evolution of her art, and enjoy a show and tell of her unique, inventively embellished quilts. Then Terrie teaches Alex (and us!) her reverse- applique technique, including how she uses floss as an accent. In the spirit of the embellishment "thread," Bernina educator Gayle Hillert returns to share more ideas for using the decorative stitches on the sewing machine to embellish children's clothing.
Gayle Hillert demonstrates a muti-cord embellishment, machine bindings with one-step inserted rick-rac and other trims, shares a quilt-as-you-go technique with a ribbon sashing treatment, show samples that have been quilted/embellished in the Bernina 830 embroidery module, and offers great ideas for putting labels on your handmade projects.
Terrie guides Alex through her method for hand stitching reverse applique and hand stitching an outlined embroidered stem stitch.
Terrie and Galye take questions from the audience and share insights to their work process.
Terrie´s artistic talent transferred to her daughter. See the results in artistic jewelry.