Quilting Arts TV Episode 1211–Quilting in 3-D

By nature, the quilt sandwich of batting, fabric, and thread creates dimension. Part of the allure of contemporary quilting is to take dimension one step further with surface design. Barbara Schneider starts us out with 3-D leaf fiber art-a lesson in shape, texture, light, and shadow. Then, Lynn Krawczyk shows how to create fabric-covered pins. Finally, Vanessa Christenson demonstrates how to incorporate ruffles in your projects.

Stream previous episodes of Quilting Arts TV at QNNtv.com or purchase QATV on DVD.

Barbara Schneider, center, speaks with Pokey Bolton, left, and producer Kathy Stull before taping a segment of “Quilting Arts TV.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lynn Krawczyk, right, and Pokey Bolton on the set of “Quilting Arts TV.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vanessa Christenson, right, and Pokey Bolton on the set of “Quilting Arts TV.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

QATV Series 1200 is now available!

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Quilting Arts TV Episode 1211–Quilting in 3-D

  1. Hello,
    Unfortunately, I missed the Quilting Arts segment #1211 with Belinda Schneider.
    How and where can I see that segment on-line. It is very hard to get the info on the latest quilting arts programs.
    I would appreciate your help.
    thank you very much
    Lynne Sward
    610arts38@cox.net

  2. Hello,
    Unfortunately, I missed the Quilting Arts segment #1211 with Belinda Schneider.
    How and where can I see that segment on-line. It is very hard to get the info on the latest quilting arts programs.
    I would appreciate your help.
    thank you very much
    Lynne Sward
    610arts38@cox.net

  3. Hello,
    Unfortunately, I missed the Quilting Arts segment #1211 with Belinda Schneider.
    How and where can I see that segment on-line. It is very hard to get the info on the latest quilting arts programs.
    I would appreciate your help.
    thank you very much
    Lynne Sward
    610arts38@cox.net

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