We all love adding new ideas and materials to our quilting repertoire. Cheryl Sleboda demonstrates how a vintage technique can be the source of new inspiration. Her heirloom smocking project transforms a piece of fabric into one that looks like it’s been woven. Then, artist Linda McLaughlin shares a technique for using masks in deconstructed screen printing. In the last segment, host Pokey Bolton shares some drugstore finds to make quilting easier and inexpensive.
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|Samples of Cheryl Sleboda’s heirloom smocking work.|
|Linda McLaughlin used her deconstructed printing technique to create these fabric pieces.|
|Pokey Bolton prepares to tape an episode on drugstore finds to make quilting easier and less expensive.|
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