Wednesday, June 22, 2016

QATV Series 1800 available now


It’s here! You can get the digital download of “Quilting Arts TV” Series 1800 now, and preorder the DVD. (And through June 26, 2016, if you order the DVD, you get the download for free! Use promo code 1800BOGO and order here.) Here’s the great lineup:

1801: Cathy Wiggins creates wholecloth quilts with leather • Susan Carlson tells how she made a life-size image of a 20-foot long crocodile • Jane Dávila creates large-scale printed fabric and repeats

1802: Longarm quilter Renae Haddadin makes a statement with a trendy quilted bag • Artist Melissa Averinos works in 3-D to create charming accessories

1803: Quilter Victoria Findlay Wolfe creates dynamic floral designs as she shows how to accurately piece Y-seams • Fiber artist Lea McComas evaluates and chooses colors based on value

1804: Longarm quilter Nancy Wick combines fabrics and fibers with a straight stitch to make wearable textiles • Art quilter Laura Wasilowski turns a simple sketch into colorful, textured embroidery • Susan Brubaker Knapp shows how to achieve even machine stitches

1805: Textile artist Esterita Austin designs beautiful portraits with fabric and paint • Vivika DeNegre incorporates her love of friends and family into her portrait quilts • Susan Brubaker Knapp shares tips for adjusting tension on your machine

1806: Quilter Victoria Findlay Wolfe creates shapes with die cuts from her ample fabric collection • Cathy Wiggins uses scraps of leather to make amazing wall art • Esterita Austin makes colorful still-life designs with sheer fabrics

1807: Artist Wendy Butler Berns captures the world in photographs and transforms them into brilliant quits • Using a simple spiral shape, Susan Carlson combines unusual fabrics to create a dynamic design

1808: Artist Joanne Sharpe embellishes quilts with whimsical painting and colorful stitch • Esterita Austin uses still-life artistry to create with sheer organza paint transfers • Mixed-media artist Jane Dávila prints with dye using sunlight

1809: Grace Errea shares how to make raw-edge appliqué that doesn't fray • Renae Haddadin adds binding to quilts on the longarm • Artist Melissa Averinos creates abstract designs with raw-edge appliqué.

1810: Grace Errea shares innovative techniques for randomly piecing backgrounds • Frieda Anderson shows how she designs patterns • Vivika DeNegre shares tips for blocking quilts

1811: Wendy Butler Berns builds an unconventional textured nest with fibers and threads • Susan Edmonson makes a charming nest filled with felted eggs
 

1812: Cathy Wiggins creates richly textured garments and accessories from leather • Nancy Wick makes a thread-painted bowl on the longarm machine

1813: Artist Joanne Sharpe transforms white fabric with bold paints • Lisa Chin captures the bright sunlight to create lush prints • Susan Brubaker Knapp shows how to select paints to create colors and effects

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