Quilting Arts TV Episode 1104: Art Meets Tradition

The lines keep blurring between types of design. Design trends evolve and elements of traditional quilting find their place in modern design, and art quilting influences some very traditional looks. On today’s show the two styles meet with great results. We begin with Ginny Eckley for a lesson on frameless screen printing, an easy way to experiment with printing. Then, Sherry Rogers-Harrison joins us with a trapunto project with great dimension. Finally, Angela Walters shows us dot-to-dot quilting, a technique that uses the block itself as a guide for quilting.

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Ginny Eckley, right, and Pokey Bolton pose at the QATV Series 1100 studio.











Sherry Rogers-Harrison’s Lancaster Trapunto Star.

















Angela Walters’ sample of her dot-to-dot machine quilting technique.












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