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America Quilts Creatively Series 300 (cc)

America Quilts Creatively Series 300 (cc)

Quilting experts Sue Hausmann and Karen Good host this third excellent how-to series devoted to all the latest quilt techniques from piecing to appliqué and traditional to wearable patterns. Each program includes a feature project segment titled "Let's Get Quilting," a "Technology and Quilting" segment, and a "What's New To Do" segment. Produced by Sue Hausmann and VMS, Inc. Closed-Captioned. Series: 13 x 30-minute programs.
Also see: America Quilts Creatively Series 100; America Quilts Creatively Series 200; America Quilts Creatively Series 400; America Quilts Creatively Series 500; America Sews Series 1000 - 1900; Sew Young, Sew Fun Series 300 - 600.


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1. New Ways to Create Antique Applique (cc)

1. New Ways to Create Antique Applique (cc)

Learn the latest and easiest ways to create antique applique and lace edgings with Cindy Losekamp; next, tips on printers for quilters; then how to design wonderful crazy patches on your computer with Andrea Poulimenos. 05/08DE/CC Closed-Captioned JSCA 30 min.
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2. Let's Go Shopping Applique (cc)

2. Let's Go Shopping Applique (cc)

Turn flat applique into fantastic applique with threads, paint, and more. Next learn to make applique patterns with pieces that join automatically and how to put them all together in fabric; then Nancy Barrett shares her secrets for perfect applications and stitching. 05/08DE/CC Closed-Captioned JSCA 30 min. Click for more


3. Quilt and Piece Fast and Easy With Your Serger (cc)

3. Quilt and Piece Fast and Easy With Your Serger (cc)

Susan Pfaff demonstrates tips and techniques for serger piecing and quilting while teaching a Quilted Serger Bag. Next, discover how to get the best from your scanner; then learn to prepare t-shirts for a commemorative t-shirt quilt with Deborah Fugitt. 05/08DE/CC Closed-Captioned JSCA 30 min. Click for more


4. Picture Perfect Photo Embroidery (cc)

4. Picture Perfect Photo Embroidery (cc)

Combine picture quilting and free motion embroidery with Joyce Drexler to make a one of a kind quilted wall hanging for someone special. Next convert color photos to black and white or sepia tones for the "antique look" photo quilts; then design stencils and patterns for fabric painting on your computer with Click for more


5. It's in the Bag (cc)

5. It's in the Bag (cc)

Joan Hawley is known for her wonderful quilted purses and bags. See one bag seventeen different ways! See how trapunto techniques enhance printed photos in your quilts; then Patty Marstrand shows the easy way to plot size, create shapes and placement and more. 05/08DE/CC Closed-Captioned JSCA 30 min. Click for more


6. Hand Look Applique the Easy Way (cc)

6. Hand Look Applique the Easy Way (cc)

Learn an easy way to make applique pieces for machine appliqué that looks hand done. Elle Colquitt Speer brings tips and techniques, including the easiest way to create a placement template; also see a fun way to create Scrapbook Quilts and see them before you sew them. Then Veronica Cox shows how to Click for more


7. Redwork and Bluework Summer Quilts (cc)

7. Redwork and Bluework Summer Quilts (cc)

Carol Ingram shares the history of redwork and bluework and demonstrates how easy it is to sew a Redwork summer quilt today using modern day sewing supplies. Go to the Internet for Redwork patterns that can be printed, stitched, and/or digitized. Also use the computer to design a Memory Baby Quilt with special Click for more


8. Easy Star Quilting (cc)

8. Easy Star Quilting (cc)

Accurate cutting and sewing make quilts like the LeMoyne Star quick to piece and beautiful to look at. Brandy Stell demonstrates cutting squares, triangles, ½ triangles and more for her LeMoyne Star version. Next see how to design and create background fabric with everyday "things"; then Nancy Bryant Click for more


9. Decorate Your Quilt Shop Cottage (cc)

9. Decorate Your Quilt Shop Cottage (cc)

Lindee Goodall demonstrates how easy it is to create a one-of-a-kind wall hanging or pillow by adding embroideries and stitch embellishments to printed fabrics. Next learn tips, such as storage of printer fabric, curled corners, leading edge, loose threads, printer settings, fabric care, and more. Next see how Click for more


10. Colorful Kids Quilting (cc)

10. Colorful Kids Quilting (cc)

See a variety of quilts designed especially for kid's rooms, and learn to make a quilted tote bag or diaper bag with Beth Wheeler. Next see how to personalize special bags for special people; then Andrea Poulimenos demonstrates fun Color Book Quilts. 05/08DE/CC Closed-Captioned JSCA 30 min. Click for more


11. Block Explosion (cc)

11. Block Explosion (cc)

Cindy Casciato shows how to change quilt size; plus speedy cutting and sewing techniques for fast, fun quilts. Next how to create quilt inspired stationery; then learn Quick Cutter Quilts with stacking and multiple cutting of fabric strips, chain piecing and fast pressing techniques from Beverly Morris. Click for more


12. Quilting to

12. Quilting to "Dye" For (cc)

Marge Skreko teaches all about fabric dying, microwave heat setting, and more. Next learn to make a Quilted Book with pictures and text to remember an event or trip; then Marge uses hand dyed fabric for easy strip piecing techniques. 05/08DE/CC Closed-Captioned JSCA 30 min. Click for more


13. Pam's Reversible Raggedy Quilt (cc)

13. Pam's Reversible Raggedy Quilt (cc)

Fast and fun quilting when Pamela Nelson teaches how to create reversible Rag Quilts. Next learn to design original fabrics on the Internet; then print and embellish them for special projects. Also Andrea Poulimenos decorates t-shirts with her computer. 05/08DE/CC Closed-Captioned JSCA 30 min. Click for more





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