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Series Two Show List
Episode 201 – Crazy about Stitching (Judith Montano)
Posts on January 07, 2008
Episode 201Judith Baker Montano, Queen and master crazy quilter, shares fun ways to enhance fabric photo imagery using multiple threads, ribbons and embellishment techniques. In addition, Judith takes us on a field trip to her fabulous home and outstanding garden. Show includes a visit from Bob, The Thread Guy, who demystifies the difference of cotton and poly thread.

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Episode 202 – Antique Linens and Textile Revival (Cindy Needham)
Posts on January 21, 2008
Episode 202Cindy Needham - Extraordinary quilter, teacher and textile expert, Cindy shares her techniques and ideas to revitalize antique linens. From choosing the appropriate quilting design, tackling stains and perfect endings Cindy will have you rummaging through your linen closet with fresh and unique ideas. In addition Cheryl Uribe, Gizmo Girl, visits with cool quilt stuff.

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Episode 203 – Ribbon Winning Applique (Suzanne Marshall)
Posts on February 04, 2008
Episode 203Suzanne Marshall International-award winning quilter shares several of her tricks and techniques that keeps her sought after as one of the best applique teachers today. (As an aside she was a key mentor to Ricky). We also have the chance to visit Suzanne at home and spend some time with Cheryl Uribe - Gizmo girl.

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Episode 204 – Crazy about Curves (Louisa Smith)
Posts on February 18, 2008
Episode 204Louisa Smith's global perspective on needlework began in Indonesia where she was born. In this episode Louise teaches curved-edge and strip piecing, her fresh ideas and fabulous inspiration will inspire you to try these techniques. In addition, Ricky shares his caveman style of curved piecing and Gregory Case, Photo Man joins Alex to discuss the ins and outs of photo sizing.

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Episode 205 – Digi BobbE - An Embroiderer's Dream (Bonnie McCaffery)
Posts on March 03, 2008
Episode 205Bonnie McCaffery author, vidcaster, designer and teacher shares her innovative approach to digitized bobbin embroidery. DigiBobbE is a unique technique invented by Bonnie for enhanced thread surface design. Gregory Case, Photo Man joins us to discuss properly photographing quilts.

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Episode 206 – Show Your Colors, "Feeling" Your Color Choices (Bill Kerr / Weeks Ringle)
Posts on March 17, 2008
Episode 206Bill Kerr and Weeks Ringle: Artists, designers, teachers and owners of Fun Quilts,a company which produces heirloom - quality contemporary quilts, join us to share their unique approach to color and design. In addition we visit their organization which provides training and jobs for developmentally disabled adults in Chicago.

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Episode 207 – Thread Painting on a Long Arm (Sue Patten)
Posts on March 31, 2008
Episode 207Sue Patten, Canadian long arm professional, award winner and teacher joins TQS to share how she masters painting with thread on a long arm. In addition Cheryl Uribe, Gizmo Girl, visits with great gizmo garb.

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Episode 208 – Principally Speaking - A Firm Foundation for Fabulous Designs (Jane Davila)
Posts on April 14, 2008
Episode 208Jane Davila, mixed media, author and fiber artist teaches aspects of good design along with embellishing "out of the box". Bob, The Thread Guy explains sewing machine needles and Ricky performs Remember December.

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Episode 209 – Fabric Detective (Annie Smith)
Posts on April 28, 2008
Episode 209Annie Smith, the first podcasting queen for quilters teaches her favorite workshop which includes tricks and tips for successful fabric selection to make your quilt sparkle. Annie also shares excellent piecing techniques. In addition Cheryl Uribe, Gizmo Girl joins us.

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Episode 210 – New Twist on Applique (Beth Ferrier)
Posts on May 12, 2008
Episode 210Beth Ferrier: Teacher, Designer and author considers herself an appliquist - and wows us as she teaches how to hand applique by machine (visit her blog at http://applewd.com/blog). Show includes piecing tips for a 4" postage stamp basket with Alex and a visit from Bob, The Thread Guy discussing tension. The tips and techniques on this show will transcend into all aspects of your quiltmaking. Plus a smile or two is guaranteed from Beth's campy attitude.

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Episode 211 – Altered Photo Artistry (Beth Wheeler)
Posts on May 26, 2008
Episode 211Ever heard of Threadography? Beth Wheeler joins us and shows how to create stunning photo finish quilts using a fool proof technique which includes photography, thread work and computer technology. The results are gallery worthy and attainable for all quilters. In addition Alex demonstrates valuable binding basics, Ricky takes us on a field trip to his Dad's studio and a new TQS feature debuts - the TQS treasure chest.

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Episode 212 – TQS Road Trip - Part One (Alex Anderson / Ricky Tims)
Posts on June 09, 2008
Episode 212Ever wonder how quilters who live in the woods claim their quilting space? Or what exactly happened with quilting during the gold rush time? Looking for a fast and quick charity quilt? On the first TQS road trip (part one), Alex, Ricky and Justin take to the California foot hills and discover the answers to these pressing questions. Travel adventure, serious bonding and lots of quilting trivia make the first TQS road trip an adventure to remember.

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Episode 213 – TQS Road Trip - Part Two (Mary Mashuta / Roberta Horton)
Posts on June 23, 2008
Episode 213The show begins on day two of our three day trip. The RV, "Anita Roadtrip," is exchanged for a "regular car" when Ricky takes the lead and directs Alex to the Cotton Patch in Lafayette, CA. Alex and Ricky have a race to select coordinating fabrics and discuss the reasons why they made their selections. The final stop of the trip is in the home of well-known quilters Roberta Horton and Mary Mashuta. Learn to make creative quilt labels and discover a brilliant, fool-proof way to machine quilt. Come along for the ride as TQS closes out Series Two.

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Episode 802 – Tips and Tricks for Triangles and Strips (Edyta Sitar)
Posts on January 17, 2011
Episode 802TRADITIONAL STYLES
We honor the Traditional Quilter. We pick teachers that share the tips, techniques and tools that you need in your tool belt to create amazing quilts.


In this technique-packed episode, pattern and fabric designer Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts amazes Alex and Ricky with an easy method for producing dozens of accurate half-square triangle units in minutes with just two pieces of fabric and her Triangle Exchange Paper. The "exchange" of ideas continues as Edyta shows how to enliven your quilts with diamonds, rectangles, and other shapes made from strips and using her clever "Strip Exchange" technique. Also not to be missed: Alex demonstrates how to design and draw a custom double-feathered wreath for quilting.

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Episode 906 – From Music to Masterpiece: A New Perspective on Design (Katie Pasquini Masopust)
Posts on September 12, 2011
Episode 906ART QUILTING
The art of quilting knows no bounds. Art quilters bring innovation, freedom and creativity to keep quilting on its toes. You will find the techniques shown here apply to all traditions of quilting. Quality work is always in style.


For this show, TQS returns to the beautiful Monument, CO, home of Hugh and Dee Dee Eaton with none other than the renowned art quilter, author, and teacher, Katie Pasquini Masopust. After touching on the high points of her quilting journey, and sharing some of her amazing work, she puts Alex to work on a design exercise that begins with a "no-peeking" sketch drawn to the accompaniment of classical music. (You definitely will want to try this at home!) Katie then shows how to work with the results to create an original quilt design. In addition, Ricky demonstrates the "Flip and Sew" technique on a variation of the Drunkard's Path/Fan block. (You can try this one at home, too: We'll have a pdf of the 8" block available on the TQS website.)

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Episode 913 – TQS Quilting Legend 2011 (Eleanor Burns)
Posts on December 19, 2011
Episode 913In our 900 series finale, beloved quilter, teacher, author/publisher (of over 100 books!), longtime PBS television personality, and 2011 TQS Quilting Legend, the irrepressible Quilt-in-a-Day Lady, Eleanor Burns opens her wonderful log home and spacious studio to Alex, Ricky, and the TQS gang. After Eleanor shares her quilting history and a generous sampling of quilts, we peek in on students at work on a quick-and-easy quilt using Eleanor's Fabric Frenzy pattern. Along the way, Eleanor demonstrates her technique for sewing partial seams, and takes Alex and Ricky on a horse-drawn carriage ride through the quaint town of Julian, CA, where they sample a slice of the famous local apple pie. All in all, a "delicious" experience you won't want to miss!

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Episode 1202 – Make it Modern! (Jacquie Gering)
Posts on January 14, 2013
Episode 1202MODERN QUILTING
The modern quilters are taking a fun view of the art. Their styles are graphic, wonky, and clean. Not sure what modern means? Take a look.


Field Piece: Alma de la Melena Cox

Although she has only been quilting since 2008, teacher, author, (lifetime sewer) and Modern Quilter Jacquie Gering has already made quite a splash in the quilting world. Jacquie enjoys giving traditional blocks a fresh spin, and shares her technique for modernizing the classic Log Cabin block by altering the shape and size of the pieces and through adventurous fabric choices. She also demonstrates how to add lush texture to your quilts with straight-line quilting and the serpentine stitch. We catch up with Alma de la Melena Cox, an artist who uses paint and fabric to create "quilts on wood", while she was teaching at Quilter's Affair in Sisters, OR.

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