How to Use Raw Edge Applique to create a Landscape Quilt with Kate Cox | Fabric Dyeing with Ricky Tims
(Show 605) British-born textile artist Kate Cox shares her work and shows how to employ raw-edge appliqué and free-motion quilting to create a quilt based on a photograph. Kate, who now lives in Colorado and is greatly inspired by the American landscape, also demonstrates her freehand approach to cutting with a rotary cutter. Ricky introduces a terrific method for resist-dyeing a design on fabric using school glue, Procion dyes, and soda ash. Finally: Would you like to watch TQS on "the big screen?" No problem! Digital Dan (Purcell) shows how easy it is to link your computer to your TV so that you can watch TQS from your favorite easy chair... and he does it in language even a technophobe could love!
Fabric Dyeing, Raw Edge Applique, Rotary Cutting, Free Motion Quilting, Landscape Quilts