Say hello to the Midnight Quilt Show, a YouTube series that celebrates late-night stitches, taking shortcuts and sewing in your PJs! Each week, host Angela Walters will bring you a quick and quippy breakdown of a brand new quilt… wine not included.
Angela creates a modern Southwestern-style quilt that's the perfect size to use as a blanket for summer picnics in the park.
From cornstarch to cuticle pushers, Angela shares five ingenious hacks for using common household items for quilting.
Angela demonstrates the no-waste flying geese method while making a stunning multidimensional quilt for the most "quilt-worthy" person in her life. And she shares her top 3 tips for quilting big quilts on a small machine.
Angela Walters reminisces about her days in the Girl Scouts while making the Campfire Quilt designed by the one and only Suzy Williams of Suzy Quilts.
Angela raids her husband's closet to stitch up a special quilted Father's Day gift. This T-shirt quilt for Jeremy isn't just any old T-shirt quilt; it's a very cool design that uses big flying geese to frame the blocks.
Angela shares her top three tips on how to cut t-shirts for a quilt.
Are you Quilt Curious, but unsure where to get started? THIS is the Midnight Quilt Show episode for you!
This practical and cute quilted zipper pouch is one of Angela's favorite projects yet, because it skips the piecing and gets straight to the quilting! In this episode, she shares three quilting designs every quilter should know: ribbon candy, serpentine lines and the paisley feather, while making a small, easy quilting project for beginners that only requires two fat quarters to make!
Angela whips up a stash-busting table topper using the quilt-as-you-go method Gudrun Erla teaches in her online class "Fast & Furious: Quilt-As-You-Go With Pre-Cuts."
Season 10 of "The Midnight Quilt Show" wraps with Angela making modern ombré wall hanging to display in a *very* exclusive art exhibition.