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Show 711 - Quilting: Where Imagination and Reality Meet

Featuring: Rosalie Dace / Jennifer Chiaverini / Michael Cummings

Posts On: November 22, 2010

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You'll no doubt want to be "front and center" as quilt artist Rosalie Dace brings us a touch of her native South Africa through her quilts and photos, shares the secrets of how she creates focal points in her work, and demonstrates how to stitch "super-skinny" straight and curved lines on a quilt surface using a 1/4" foot. In another segment, we chat with best-selling author Jennifer Chiaverini about her Elm Creek novels to discover how she weaves her quilting knowledge into her novels and how the novels have led to a series of quilting books. In addition, Alex uses the House block from her Welcome Home quilt to demo the flip-and-sew piecing method, and we go on location to visit artist and quilter Michael Cummings to see how he constructs his folk-art-style narrative quilts in the dining room of his 1860s "shotgun" home in New York City.

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Links to Artists:

Rosalie Dace

Jennifer Chaverini

Michael Cummings

From Chapter One:

Alex teaches several easy tips and tricks to use with her Welcome Home pattern, including a tricky roofline.

Click here to order an autographed pattern.
JWD Publishing

From Chapter Two:

We visit Michael Cummings in his home and studio.
Rosalie Dace, from South Africa, shares her work and quilt journey with us.

From Chapter Three:

Rosalie teaches the importance of pattern and line and innovative piecing techniques.

From Chapter Four:

Author Jennifer Chaverini joins the hosts and talks about her ever popular novels. She shares the stories and quilts behind them.
Red Rooster Fabrics
Simon and Schuster



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#1 Grandmere 2017-08-30 22:43
Is there any way I can obtain instructions on Rosalie Dace's method of piecing, sewing and cutting those curved strips. I'm confused with directions on pressing the seam allowance twice.....one way towards the skinny fabric, and I think pressing the other way. Also, cutting curves is confusing. Step by step Pictures and instructions would help. (show 711)

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