Using Images to Create Items for the Home with Margaret Applin as seen on Quilting Arts Series 908

19 Jan 2012
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Episode 908: Project 908-1

Host Pokey Bolton with guest Margaret Applin on set.

 

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diva777 wrote
on 16 Jul 2012 6:07 PM
diva777 wrote
on 16 Jul 2012 6:14 PM

Wonder why there's no show messenger bag.check out Butterick B4147 and tell me if that's not a copy!

readng wrote
on 22 Sep 2012 9:53 AM

I enjoyed watching the 908 show this morning. But I was disappointed that the directions for the pillow did not include how to do the thermo fax printing. Please send these directions or tell me where to get them.

Thanks,

Carol Grayson

carol_gryson@yahoo.com

readng wrote
on 22 Sep 2012 9:53 AM

I enjoyed watching the 908 show this morning. But I was disappointed that the directions for the pillow did not include how to do the thermo fax printing. Please send these directions or tell me where to get them.

Thanks,

Carol Grayson

carol_gryson@yahoo.com

fbrown541 wrote
on 28 Jan 2013 3:18 AM

I too enjoyed watching this segment of the show. But after downloading the directions, I really feel cheated!

This segment was about using Thermofax images to decorate fabric, and Pokey specifically said that the directions for making a Thermofax Screen would be on the web site. I was especially interested in the fact that you can use either photos or doodles for the images. None of which are included in the download. Only directions for making the  Patchwork Sofa Pillow from fabrics that have already been painted with the Theremofaxed images. While the Pillow directions would be a nice addition, it wasn't the focus of the show and diffinately not what I was looking for or expecting. HUGH Disapointment!

Since my local PBS airs these programs about a year after they first come out, I would have thounght someone would  have corrected this obvious error by now.