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Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting

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Graphic and dynamic the Goose Crossing quilt keeps your eyes moving. Mary and Barb Eikmeier will break apart the design and reveal the diagonal setting of this classic pattern.

Grandmother's Flower Garden is a very traditional pattern that many of us dream about tackling someday. Mary will be joined by Eleanor Burns in this episode to present her approach to hexagons and triangles to make the fabulous Flower Power Table Runner.

In honor of those who serve and defend, a quilt is a great way to acknowledge how much we appreciate their sacrifice. Mary and her guest Liz Porter present the creative use of eight point stars that allows for a creative design within your quilt. The Quick-Pieced Flying Geese method makes your patchwork accurate and efficient.

WGBY Create
Fri Dec 13th, 6:00am
Fri Dec 13th, 12:00pm

Home to Kentucky features two traditional quilt blocks, the Log Cabin and the Ohio Star. Sara Gallegos and Angela Huffman teach the tried-and-true methods for constructing these blocks. The result is a traditional, tone-on-tone quilt that will always feel like home!

WGBY Create
Fri Nov 29th, 6:00am
Fri Nov 29th, 12:00pm

Fabric choice, color placement, and size adjustment allow any quilt design to bloom in new ways! Angela Huffman presents her adaptation of a favorite quilt pattern, showing how triangle-squares split by sashing creates a secondary design, how alternating fabric can result in a 'shadowed' effect, and how re-sizing elements can yield big design changes.

Ideas for quilts come from many places and we can honor vintage quilters by creating contemporary versions of their design. Mary Fons and Jodi Davis will show you how a paper foundation pieced block is constructed, with great tips to create fabulous and precise angles.

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