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52 Episodes

Wheat Harvest #801
Harvested scraps created this home-grown quilt with warmth and charm. Learn how to control the palette when using scraps.

Chicken Coop #802
Shar shows how to combine the right texture and color to create a favorite wall quilt.

Christmas Wreath #803
Welcome friends and family at the front door with this small wall quilt made with simple Log Cabin shapes. Both miniature and large sizes will be shown utilizing different frames and quilting ideas.

Christmas Ornament #804
Add to the magic of the season with ornaments for your tree and home created with miniature Log Cabin templates.

Churn Dash #805
Simple old-fashioned designs are best to teach basic quilting skills. This design prpovides an opportunity to enjoy the process of quilt making without worrying so much about color selection and tricky techniques. A great quilt for beginners.

Scottie Dogs #806
Brittany shares helpful hints on selecting fabric as well as cutting and sewing tips to make a quilt every beginner would be proud of.

Quilting from the Heart #807
Only four identical blocks were used to make this simple quilt with a bold graphic element. A crisp border of bows frames the hearts for a clean finish to this romantic quilt.

Tropical Fish #808
Fussy cutting was used to get the texture needed in some of the fish. Continuous line stencils and varigated Sulky thread were used for the finishing touches to this splashy and colorful quilt.

Pansy Patch #809
Angie has captured the bright colors of the bouquet she picked to enjoy all year long in a wall quilt. Top stitching with Sulky thread makes the flowers look realistic, and a white picket fence is a perfect ending for this homegrown garden.

Butterflies #810
Angie chose bright, strong colors for the butterflies, and set them on a contrasting background. After the butterflies were framed they were twisted and turned to add a fluttering motion.

Snowflakes #811
Falling snowflakes with simple geometric shapes were the inspiration for Angie to create a monochromatic quilt.

Embroider a Memory #812
With the new sewing machines and computer software, anything from the photo of a loved one to a favorite flower can be stitched to create an heirloom.

Sew Precise! #813
Guest Penny McMorris shows kid-pleasing patchwork projects, made easy with patterns printed from Sew Precise! software.

Closed Captioned Country French Double Wedding Ring #901
How to cut and sew a design with ultimate speed—without sacrificing accuracy.

Closed Captioned The Light House #902
Shar uses simple Log Cabin shapes to create a nautical wall quilt.

Chicken Pin Cushion #903
Shar shows how to turn the traditional log cabin block from harvested scraps.

Closed Captioned Pineapple Log Cabin #904
How to control the color palette when using scraps to build a three-dimensional quilt.

Closed Captioned Frog Pond #905
Angie shows the importance of picking border fabric first to set the mood of the quilt.

Closed Captioned Machine Embroidery #906
Guest Lindee Goodall, a thread artist, shows how easy it is to embroider, appliqué, and quilt with the new sewing machines.

Closed Captioned Robin's Nest #907
Angie shows an amazing new method of making quarter-square triangles with the Quilters Starter Kit.

Closed Captioned Cat Sampler #908
Brittany shares helpful hints on selecting fabric as well as cutting and sewing tips to make a quilt every beginner would be proud of.

Closed Captioned Lady Bug Picnic #909
Unexpected quilting techniques and embellishments add perfect touches to this fun contemporary quilt.

Closed Captioned Angelic Angels #910
Angie combines celestial fabrics with 60-degree triangles, diamonds, and hexagons from Pandora's Box to craft angels.

Closed Captioned Dragon Fly Fantasy #911
Angie demonstrates a beautiful dragonfly design that looks good as a pillow, a wall quilt, or a bed cover.

Hummingbird Garden #912
A small wall quilt made with simple shapes from the Quilter's Starter Kit.

Closed Captioned Millennium #913
Brittany uses a simple design to teach basic quilting skills for her Millennium quilt.

Closed Captioned Glorified Nine Patch #1001
This old-fashioned country favorite is created with strip-cutting and speed-sewing techniques.

Closed Captioned Diamond Double Wedding Ring #1002
Color is the key to creating diamond gems in a beautiful variation of the diamond double wedding ring.

Starflower #1003
Another great variation on the Double Wedding Ring.

Closed Captioned Just Ducky #1004
Brittany gives beginners the confidence to wade into a ducky quilt by showing how to use the quilter's starter kit.

Americana #1005
A great project for beginners uses basic shapes from the Quilter's Starter Kit.

Hand Quilting #1006
Jean Brown steps through all the basics of hand quilting with new and unique tips and secrets.

Closed Captioned Dutch Apple Pie Created from the Quilter's Starter Kit Templates #1007
Another great option for beginners created from a Quilter's Starter Kit.

Closed Captioned Victorian Log Cabin #1008
Traditional log cabin blocks pieced from neutral fabrics create the background for a garden of roses appliquéd by Sharon Kennedy.

Closed Captioned Apple Cider #1009
The Apple Core template helps create the scalloped edges of this traditional quilt design.

Closed Captioned Cardinal Impressions #1010
Inspired by a scenic border print, Angela uses the Quilter's Starter Kit to create a beautiful winter scene.

Closed Captioned Let It Snow #1011
A family of snow people proudly displays patchwork blocks pieced from the Quilter's Starter Kit.

Closed Captioned Crazy Quilt Christmas Stocking #1012 [TV-G]
A charming pre-patched Christmas stocking made with yardage created from the miniature crazy quilt templates.

Closed Captioned Dresden Angel #1013 [TV-G]
A Christmas angel constructed from Dresden templates makes the perfect holiday accent for any room.

Closed Captioned Underground Railroad #1101
Civil War fabrics recall an earlier time, while bubblegum pinks and acid greens add a splash of color to a scrappy quilt. High contrast between carefully placed lights and darks creates a network of patterns within the design.

Closed Captioned Tea Time #1102
Whimsical teapots are embellished with embroidered flowers and fruits, and each cornerstone of the quilt gets its own embroidered cup and saucer.

Closed Captioned Bear Patch #1103
A young quilter shares sewing tips and techniques while creating a child's variation on the traditional Bear Paw. Chain-piecing squares and half-squares makes the blocks go together quickly.

Closed Captioned Needle-Turn Appliqué #1104
Using her Aunt Becky finger protector and a portable lap frame, quilter Jean Brown demonstrates a quick and easy needle-turn appliqué technique that creates the traditional style and look of hand appliqué in half the time.

Closed Captioned Baby Bunting #1105
Sue constructs a quick and easy baby bunting that will grow with the baby. She also demonstrates hand-look quilting and free-motion stippling, two easy machine techniques that give every quilter more choices.

Closed Captioned Country Cows #1106
Designed using the Quilters Starter Kit template set, this rustic quilt features a red bandana print surrounding four handsome Holsteins, each with a golden bell.

Closed Captioned Kids Under Cover #1107
This storybook quilt features fussy-cut kids; traditionally pieced stars; and a story that unfolds from star to star, with children playing in the center of each one.

Closed Captioned Scrappy Scottie #1108
This cozy pattern uses scraps of plaids and stripes. The Scottie dogs are appliquéd to a light background using a blanket stitch, then fattened with trapunto.

Closed Captioned Cherry Berry Baskets #1109
Cherry berry baskets, a new variation on the traditional basket design, are blocks of small baskets within larger baskets set on point and embellished with cherry sashing.

Closed Captioned Miniature Baskets #1110
These precision-pieced miniature baskets, set inside miniature log cabin blocks done in red and white prints, are beautiful accents to any wall or special table.

Closed Captioned Rise and Shine #1111
A project featuring proud country roosters that's fun for the advanced beginner. Squares and half-squares from the Quilter's Starter Kit make piecing the hearts and roosters easy. Two roosters make a table runner, and four make a wall hanging.

Closed Captioned Moose Lodge #1112
Guest Brenda Henning's Log Cabin table runner features stained-glass moose appliquéd on the blocks. Copper-colored bias tape outlining each moose and quilted accents in metallic thread add a subtle richness.

Closed Captioned Nestled in the Pines #1113
Featuring pine trees, lakes, grass, and cabins all done in muted jewel tones, this quilt has a wonderful North Woods feel that makes it perfect for the lake cabin, living room, or den. And the Peaky and Spike template set makes it possible to cut the pieces in an afternoon.

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