This series presents the best of contemporary art quilting together with talented designers and lots of inspiration. Programs feature: stitching with mixed media, surface design, digital tips for quilting, how to ship and hang art quilts properly, and special patchwork techniques.
Quilting Arts Previous Broadcasts
On The Surface #1 (Episode #1504)
KQED Life: Mon, Aug 24, 2015 -- 2:30 PM
The options for design on the surface are endless. Using thermal print screens, Lyric Montgomery Kinard layers texture onto fabric. Susan Brubaker Knapp grabs her calligraphy pens and brushes to add her favorite quotes to make small art quilts with a message. Roxane Lessa pushes her work to the next dimension with 3-D textile painting.
Collage with Fabric and Paper (Episode #1503)
KQED Life: Mon, Aug 17, 2015 -- 2:30 PM
Art quilters embellish and manipulate fabric, but the focus today is on the surface itself. Using the art of collage, Jamie Fingal shows how to cut visual elements from fabric to create a whimsical art quilt. Leslie Tucker Jenison adds paper to the fabric mix and stitches up visual gems called "Sweet Little Somethings".
Back to Basics (Episode #1502)
KQED Life: Mon, Aug 10, 2015 -- 2:30 PM
The right fabrics, fibers and basic techniques make all the difference. Amy Ellis shows how to create a perfectly mitered corner to make modern table fashions. It's easy to make a t-shirt quilt that will be treasured with Martha DeLeonardis' innovative designing and piecing methods.
Tradition with a Twist (Episode #1501)
KQED Life: Mon, Aug 3, 2015 -- 2:30 PM
Time-honored traditions spark inspiration for today's quilt artist. Sue Spargo connects dyers and spinners of yesteryear with today's fiber artists as she creates a pincushion from hand-dyed wool. Leslie Tucker Jenison cuts and pieces a quilt with giant hexagons using cutting and sewing innovations.