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Suzy chats with "The Quilt Show" co-host and founding partner, Alex Anderson. Alex looks back on the quilting industry over the last four decades before showing off her latest art quilts.
Suzy meets a pivotal figure in the quilting world, Marti Michell, along with her fabric-dyeing daughter Stacy. See how this mother-daughter duo take part in the community while running their own separate businesses.
Suzy and designer Mathew Boudreaux, aka Mister Domestic, talk about his creative journey and the power of positivity through quilting. Mathew also introduces Suzy to one of his favorite tool brands, LDH Scissors.
Suzy visits quiltmaker and Artfabrik store owner Laura Wasilowski. Laura explains her hand-embroidery and fusing techniques, plus how she creates her original style through repeated simple stitching and a little improv.
Join host Suzy Williams of Suzy Quilts and get the inside scoop on America's largest annual quilt show. Meet some of the industry's best as they share their favorite products, techniques and, of course, quilts!
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Fact: snacks taste better when served on a handcrafted mug rug. Or at least, that's how you'll feel once you stitch these cute coasters and mug rugs.
If there's one party rule we follow, it's to never underestimate the power of handcrafted coasters. They're perfect for using scraps, they stitch up in a flash and the customization opportunities are endless — making 'em conversation starters for your next get-together. And if hosting isn't your thing, DIY coasters just so happen to be a functional and fun quick-stitch gift any host or hostess would love.
Don't throw out those selvages! Save 'em from your fabric so you can transform them into a scrappy mug rug that commemorates your crafts.
Diane Knott
Mug rugs may not grow on trees, but they can come out of fabric scraps. This quick and easy project is perfect for summer or fall, and — bonus! — makes an A+ gift for any teacher.
Diane Knott
Whether there's a drawer in your kitchen dedicated to mug rugs or you've never made a single one, this folded flying geese design is a must-have. Not only is it beginner-friendly, but it's a great project for practicing a ton of techniques: making folded flying geese, sewing partial seams and using a pillowcase binding. Oh, and guess what? It can be made completely with charm squares!
Diane Knott
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