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Quilting Arts

Quilting Arts promises a new look for quilting television, with something for everyone who loves quilting. The show combines basic traditional quilt techniques every quilter needs to know with contemporary art designs and techniques. Host Patricia (Pokey) Bolton, invites quilt artists each week into her studio to share their expertise. She opens each show with a short feature relating to the show's theme. Tech savvy quilters will love the weekly digital segments. Also featured on each show is Sue Hausmann in a machine quilting segment.

Quilting Arts  
  • Layers
    Thursday, December 8
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Today's guests add depth and dimension to their artwork by building their quilted compositions one layer at a time. Lea McComas creates her complex quilts by adding elements from background to foreground, stitching each layer before adding the next. Heidi Zielinski creates pieced strata from short strips, paying attention to basic design principles as she makes her work.
  • Layers
    Saturday, December 10
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Today's guests add depth and dimension to their artwork by building their quilted compositions one layer at a time. Lea McComas creates her complex quilts by adding elements from background to foreground, stitching each layer before adding the next. Heidi Zielinski creates pieced strata from short strips, paying attention to basic design principles as she makes her work.
  • Slicing and Dicing
    Thursday, December 15
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Technology plays a role in this episode as Valerie Goodwin works with a laser cutter to precisely cut fabric for her intricate map quilts. Next, Margaret Abramshe reinvents her less-than-favorite quilts by isolating focal images, cutting them apart, and assembling the pieces into entirely new works.
  • Slicing and Dicing
    Saturday, December 17
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Technology plays a role in this episode as Valerie Goodwin works with a laser cutter to precisely cut fabric for her intricate map quilts. Next, Margaret Abramshe reinvents her less-than-favorite quilts by isolating focal images, cutting them apart, and assembling the pieces into entirely new works.
  • Creating Transparency
    Thursday, December 22
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artistry is enhanced by the depth and complexity achieved through transparency. Helen Parsons mixes translucent layers of fabric paint using acrylic craft paint and textile medium for her work. Valerie Goodwin creates collages by layering sheer and opaque fabrics and adding hand stitching.
  • Creating Transparency
    Saturday, December 24
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artistry is enhanced by the depth and complexity achieved through transparency. Helen Parsons mixes translucent layers of fabric paint using acrylic craft paint and textile medium for her work. Valerie Goodwin creates collages by layering sheer and opaque fabrics and adding hand stitching.
  • Exploring The Quilted Stitch
    Thursday, December 29
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artistry abounds when art quilters stitch and sew by machine! Margaret Abramshe uses her knowledge of the human facial structure to guide her quilting and create contour lines. Next, using a longarm machine, Carolina Asmussen introduces couching work into free-motion quilting.
  • Exploring The Quilted Stitch
    Saturday, December 31
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Artistry abounds when art quilters stitch and sew by machine! Margaret Abramshe uses her knowledge of the human facial structure to guide her quilting and create contour lines. Next, using a longarm machine, Carolina Asmussen introduces couching work into free-motion quilting.
  • Back to Art School
    Thursday, January 5
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    It's back to school-art school, that is!-for refreshers in creativity that every artist can use. Lea McComas demonstrates how using a single point of perspective creates depth in her compositions. Next, Barbara Yates Beasley focuses on creating realistic eyes.
  • Back to Art School
    Saturday, January 7
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    It's back to school-art school, that is!-for refreshers in creativity that every artist can use. Lea McComas demonstrates how using a single point of perspective creates depth in her compositions. Next, Barbara Yates Beasley focuses on creating realistic eyes.
  • The Art of Being An Artist
    Thursday, January 12
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meaningful artwork comes from thoughtful expression. Launa Rubin discusses the importance of creating quilts with powerful messages. Next, host Susan Brubaker Knapp demonstrates how she creates quick, custom artwork that enables her to reach a wider audience.
  • The Art of Being An Artist
    Saturday, January 14
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Meaningful artwork comes from thoughtful expression. Launa Rubin discusses the importance of creating quilts with powerful messages. Next, host Susan Brubaker Knapp demonstrates how she creates quick, custom artwork that enables her to reach a wider audience.
  • Picture This!
    Thursday, January 19
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Taking great photos is the first step for these quilters. Barbara Yates Beasley shows how she creates patterns from photographs for pet portrait quilts. Helen Parsons explains how she photographs her subjects for her art quilts, with tips on layout, lighting, and composition.
  • Picture This!
    Saturday, January 21
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Taking great photos is the first step for these quilters. Barbara Yates Beasley shows how she creates patterns from photographs for pet portrait quilts. Helen Parsons explains how she photographs her subjects for her art quilts, with tips on layout, lighting, and composition.
  • Let's Go!
    Thursday, January 26
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Travel can have an enormous influence on the work of any artist. Luana Rubin shares some of the great quilts she saw at Quilt Canada 2022. Valerie Goodwin uses the map as a jumping off place for her art and explains how she creates map-themed art with a sense of place.
  • Let's Go!
    Saturday, January 28
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Travel can have an enormous influence on the work of any artist. Luana Rubin shares some of the great quilts she saw at Quilt Canada 2022. Valerie Goodwin uses the map as a jumping off place for her art and explains how she creates map-themed art with a sense of place.
  • Contemporary Applique
    Thursday, February 2
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Mastering new techniques takes time and practice. This episode features Carolina Asmussen's machine quilting, which pairs raw-edge applique with floral free-motion for a contemporary look. In addition, learn from Denise Labadie how mixing applique styles can create realistic stone textures.
  • Contemporary Applique
    Saturday, February 4
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Mastering new techniques takes time and practice. This episode features Carolina Asmussen's machine quilting, which pairs raw-edge applique with floral free-motion for a contemporary look. In addition, learn from Denise Labadie how mixing applique styles can create realistic stone textures.
  • Paint and Dye
    Thursday, February 9
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Art quilters explore many ways of applying color to fabric. Helen Parson's "paints" are actually finely cut strips of fabric that she stitches with thread. Artist Valerie White showcases basic techniques for transferring images using disperse dyes.
  • Paint and Dye
    Saturday, February 11
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Art quilters explore many ways of applying color to fabric. Helen Parson's "paints" are actually finely cut strips of fabric that she stitches with thread. Artist Valerie White showcases basic techniques for transferring images using disperse dyes.
  • Surface Design Sampler
    Thursday, February 16
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Pattern your own cloth with surface design! Valerie White creates texture with oil paints in a solid stick form to create texture and visual interest. Denise Labadie makes the stone fabrics in her work using paints and resists.
  • Surface Design Sampler
    Saturday, February 18
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Pattern your own cloth with surface design! Valerie White creates texture with oil paints in a solid stick form to create texture and visual interest. Denise Labadie makes the stone fabrics in her work using paints and resists.
  • Artful Imagery
    Thursday, February 23
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    There are many ways to apply imagery to a piece of quilted art. Lea McComas teaches her method for re-sizing human figures within a composition, so each appears in correct proportion. Heidi Zielinski uses paint to stamp imagery onto fabric or directly onto quilt tops to incorporate motifs without drawing.
  • Artful Imagery
    Saturday, February 25
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    There are many ways to apply imagery to a piece of quilted art. Lea McComas teaches her method for re-sizing human figures within a composition, so each appears in correct proportion. Heidi Zielinski uses paint to stamp imagery onto fabric or directly onto quilt tops to incorporate motifs without drawing.
  • Exploring Color
    Thursday, March 2
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Color is a big part of every artist's work. Denise Labadie's landscapes and skies are made with free-form strip piecing that create what she calls "color complexity." Heidi Zielinski makes small collages that revolve around one color on the color wheel, and adds blending or contrasting stitching and beadwork.
  • Exploring Color
    Saturday, March 4
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Color is a big part of every artist's work. Denise Labadie's landscapes and skies are made with free-form strip piecing that create what she calls "color complexity." Heidi Zielinski makes small collages that revolve around one color on the color wheel, and adds blending or contrasting stitching and beadwork.

 

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  • In The Studio
    Tuesday, December 6
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The guest artists demonstrate projects for your studio and even host a visit. Candy Glendening makes a small, simple purse using dyed fabric. The beautiful arashi shibori fabric and mud-cloth are showcased plus some added free motion stitching. Then, visit Jill Kerttula's studio space, a former 1916 schoolhouse that is one of the oldest artist-run cooperative art centers in the country. Last, Vivika DeNegre creates a small hand project - a unique needle case.
  • In The Studio
    Tuesday, December 6
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The guest artists demonstrate projects for your studio and even host a visit. Candy Glendening makes a small, simple purse using dyed fabric. The beautiful arashi shibori fabric and mud-cloth are showcased plus some added free motion stitching. Then, visit Jill Kerttula's studio space, a former 1916 schoolhouse that is one of the oldest artist-run cooperative art centers in the country. Last, Vivika DeNegre creates a small hand project - a unique needle case.
  • In The Studio
    Tuesday, December 6
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The guest artists demonstrate projects for your studio and even host a visit. Candy Glendening makes a small, simple purse using dyed fabric. The beautiful arashi shibori fabric and mud-cloth are showcased plus some added free motion stitching. Then, visit Jill Kerttula's studio space, a former 1916 schoolhouse that is one of the oldest artist-run cooperative art centers in the country. Last, Vivika DeNegre creates a small hand project - a unique needle case.
  • Layers
    Saturday, December 3
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Learn some new layering techniques on this episode. Beth Schillig demonstrates how to add couched fibers while you quilt. Then, Ann Rebele introduces painting on cotton with a wet-on-wet technique.
  • Layers
    Thursday, December 1
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Learn some new layering techniques on this episode. Beth Schillig demonstrates how to add couched fibers while you quilt. Then, Ann Rebele introduces painting on cotton with a wet-on-wet technique.
  • Colorful Details
    Thursday, December 1
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In this episode the artists add colorful details to brighten up their creative strength training. First, Rachel Clark demonstrates using facing to finish seams on wearable quilted garments. Then, Vivien Zepf playfully uses drop cloth paper towels from cleanups around her studio to create a material that has unexpected color combinations. Last, host Susan Brubaker Knapp has quick lesson on masking with a transparent material.
  • Colorful Details
    Thursday, December 1
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    In this episode the artists add colorful details to brighten up their creative strength training. First, Rachel Clark demonstrates using facing to finish seams on wearable quilted garments. Then, Vivien Zepf playfully uses drop cloth paper towels from cleanups around her studio to create a material that has unexpected color combinations. Last, host Susan Brubaker Knapp has quick lesson on masking with a transparent material.
  • Colorful Details
    Thursday, December 1
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    In this episode the artists add colorful details to brighten up their creative strength training. First, Rachel Clark demonstrates using facing to finish seams on wearable quilted garments. Then, Vivien Zepf playfully uses drop cloth paper towels from cleanups around her studio to create a material that has unexpected color combinations. Last, host Susan Brubaker Knapp has quick lesson on masking with a transparent material.
  • Variety of Materials
    Tuesday, November 29
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Learn how to add variety to your art quilt projects by changing up your materials. Thermofax screens, foiling, embroidery, cheesecloth, silk ribbon and beading are just a few of the varied materials Kristin Rodriguez and Janelle Girod use to create their quilt designs. Then, it's fabric collage animals with Lorraine Turner and no fusing or glue! She allows the fabrics to help depict anatomy, bone structure and muscles.
  • Variety of Materials
    Tuesday, November 29
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Learn how to add variety to your art quilt projects by changing up your materials. Thermofax screens, foiling, embroidery, cheesecloth, silk ribbon and beading are just a few of the varied materials Kristin Rodriguez and Janelle Girod use to create their quilt designs. Then, it's fabric collage animals with Lorraine Turner and no fusing or glue! She allows the fabrics to help depict anatomy, bone structure and muscles.
  • Variety of Materials
    Tuesday, November 29
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Learn how to add variety to your art quilt projects by changing up your materials. Thermofax screens, foiling, embroidery, cheesecloth, silk ribbon and beading are just a few of the varied materials Kristin Rodriguez and Janelle Girod use to create their quilt designs. Then, it's fabric collage animals with Lorraine Turner and no fusing or glue! She allows the fabrics to help depict anatomy, bone structure and muscles.
  • Tried and True
    Saturday, November 26
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Our creative adventure includes revisiting some traditional techniques. First, Melissa DeLisio demonstrates traditional marbling. Then join Susan Brubaker Knapp for the best of free-motion motifs. Follow along with some of her favorite designs from past seasons.
  • Tried and True
    Thursday, November 24
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Our creative adventure includes revisiting some traditional techniques. First, Melissa DeLisio demonstrates traditional marbling. Then join Susan Brubaker Knapp for the best of free-motion motifs. Follow along with some of her favorite designs from past seasons.
  • Machine Stitching
    Thursday, November 24
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Hands and sewing machines get a workout on this episode. Beth Schillig demonstrates a technique for thread-painted faux trapunto giving the design great loft and texture. Ana Sumner shows how to create a spectacular ocean reef design with a multitude of fibers that are intricate and colorful. She uses painted fibers, thread painted fabric, felt and lace, silk ribbon, embroidery, and beads.
  • Machine Stitching
    Thursday, November 24
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Hands and sewing machines get a workout on this episode. Beth Schillig demonstrates a technique for thread-painted faux trapunto giving the design great loft and texture. Ana Sumner shows how to create a spectacular ocean reef design with a multitude of fibers that are intricate and colorful. She uses painted fibers, thread painted fabric, felt and lace, silk ribbon, embroidery, and beads.
  • Machine Stitching
    Thursday, November 24
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Hands and sewing machines get a workout on this episode. Beth Schillig demonstrates a technique for thread-painted faux trapunto giving the design great loft and texture. Ana Sumner shows how to create a spectacular ocean reef design with a multitude of fibers that are intricate and colorful. She uses painted fibers, thread painted fabric, felt and lace, silk ribbon, embroidery, and beads.
  • Creating Imagery
    Tuesday, November 22
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Flex your creative muscles creating imagery with new techniques. Lynn Koolish is first with a lesson on layering imagery by using transparency. Her techniques include combinations of materials you might not have tried before. Then, Lauretta Crites shows how to make photo realistic quilts without a photo. She'll demonstrate how she combines together photos, re-sizes, redraws and refines to create photo realistic quilts.
  • Creating Imagery
    Tuesday, November 22
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Flex your creative muscles creating imagery with new techniques. Lynn Koolish is first with a lesson on layering imagery by using transparency. Her techniques include combinations of materials you might not have tried before. Then, Lauretta Crites shows how to make photo realistic quilts without a photo. She'll demonstrate how she combines together photos, re-sizes, redraws and refines to create photo realistic quilts.
  • Creating Imagery
    Tuesday, November 22
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Flex your creative muscles creating imagery with new techniques. Lynn Koolish is first with a lesson on layering imagery by using transparency. Her techniques include combinations of materials you might not have tried before. Then, Lauretta Crites shows how to make photo realistic quilts without a photo. She'll demonstrate how she combines together photos, re-sizes, redraws and refines to create photo realistic quilts.
  • Imagery
    Saturday, November 19
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The first episode of the new season is about imagery. First, Karol Kusmaul creates collage compositions. Then, Sue King shows how to make enhanced cyanotypes. Learn the difference between wet and dry cyanotypes and how to enhance them with free motion.
  • Imagery
    Thursday, November 17
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The first episode of the new season is about imagery. First, Karol Kusmaul creates collage compositions. Then, Sue King shows how to make enhanced cyanotypes. Learn the difference between wet and dry cyanotypes and how to enhance them with free motion.
  • Natural Element
    Thursday, November 17
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Natural Element
    Thursday, November 17
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
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  • Natural Element
    Thursday, November 17
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    No description available.
  • Terrific Texture
    Tuesday, November 15
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Start building your creative confidence with terrific texture. Lorraine Turner opens this episode showing how she makes a snow leopard, featured in her project, come alive with texture by using different weights of threads over water soluble stabilizer. Then, Earamichia Brown creates her Textures and Tendrils art quilt project. She demonstrates portraits featuring various textural hairstyle options.
  • Terrific Texture
    Tuesday, November 15
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Start building your creative confidence with terrific texture. Lorraine Turner opens this episode showing how she makes a snow leopard, featured in her project, come alive with texture by using different weights of threads over water soluble stabilizer. Then, Earamichia Brown creates her Textures and Tendrils art quilt project. She demonstrates portraits featuring various textural hairstyle options.
  • Terrific Texture
    Tuesday, November 15
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Start building your creative confidence with terrific texture. Lorraine Turner opens this episode showing how she makes a snow leopard, featured in her project, come alive with texture by using different weights of threads over water soluble stabilizer. Then, Earamichia Brown creates her Textures and Tendrils art quilt project. She demonstrates portraits featuring various textural hairstyle options.
  • Bits and Pieces
    Saturday, November 12
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The last episode of Quilting Arts features marbling and dyeing. First is Melissa DeLisio showing creative ways to use marbled fabric. Then, Beth Schillig demonstrates dyeing quilt labels and bamboo socks.
  • Bits and Pieces
    Thursday, November 10
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The last episode of Quilting Arts features marbling and dyeing. First is Melissa DeLisio showing creative ways to use marbled fabric. Then, Beth Schillig demonstrates dyeing quilt labels and bamboo socks.
  • Stitch By Hand and Machine
    Thursday, November 10
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    This episode features some new stitch variations to try. First, Julie B. Booth demonstrates running stitch patterns - a Sashiko style and pattern darning. Host Susan Brubaker Knapp wraps up the season sharing some of her recent experiments with wool: creating a small quilted piece on a grid; making an art quilt entirely from stitched wool felt; and quilting directly on wool batting or wool felt to create beautiful texture and dimension.
  • Stitch By Hand and Machine
    Thursday, November 10
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    This episode features some new stitch variations to try. First, Julie B. Booth demonstrates running stitch patterns - a Sashiko style and pattern darning. Host Susan Brubaker Knapp wraps up the season sharing some of her recent experiments with wool: creating a small quilted piece on a grid; making an art quilt entirely from stitched wool felt; and quilting directly on wool batting or wool felt to create beautiful texture and dimension.
  • Stitch By Hand and Machine
    Thursday, November 10
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    This episode features some new stitch variations to try. First, Julie B. Booth demonstrates running stitch patterns - a Sashiko style and pattern darning. Host Susan Brubaker Knapp wraps up the season sharing some of her recent experiments with wool: creating a small quilted piece on a grid; making an art quilt entirely from stitched wool felt; and quilting directly on wool batting or wool felt to create beautiful texture and dimension.
  • Small Projects
    Tuesday, November 8
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Small projects can break down big boundaries when you explore the details. First, Rachel Clark creates the what-not wallet - a small project with big design. Then Jill Kerttula hand stitches to bring out the details, like highlights on a painting, and also adds thicker texture.
  • Small Projects
    Tuesday, November 8
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Small projects can break down big boundaries when you explore the details. First, Rachel Clark creates the what-not wallet - a small project with big design. Then Jill Kerttula hand stitches to bring out the details, like highlights on a painting, and also adds thicker texture.
  • Small Projects
    Tuesday, November 8
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Small projects can break down big boundaries when you explore the details. First, Rachel Clark creates the what-not wallet - a small project with big design. Then Jill Kerttula hand stitches to bring out the details, like highlights on a painting, and also adds thicker texture.
  • Printing
    Saturday, November 5
    6:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Learn about new and traditional printing techniques. First, Sue King uses serigraphy or screen printing. She shows how to create depth using surface design to build up layers of screen printing with both dyes and paints. Then, Sharon Wall has captured the illusive trout, using breakdown printing with thickened dye paste highlighted by free-motion stitching.
  • Printing
    Thursday, November 3
    4:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Learn about new and traditional printing techniques. First, Sue King uses serigraphy or screen printing. She shows how to create depth using surface design to build up layers of screen printing with both dyes and paints. Then, Sharon Wall has captured the illusive trout, using breakdown printing with thickened dye paste highlighted by free-motion stitching.
  • Color Meets Texture
    Thursday, November 3
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Combining two elements in a new way can lead to breaking out of a creative rut. Color and texture shake hands and complement each other on this episode. Margarita Korioth demonstrates stencil making with interfacing- Polka dot stencils. Then, Patricia Kennedy-Zafred introduces easy immersion dyeing using Ziplock bags for fantastic color. Host Susan Brubaker Knapp finishes with a quilted wool pincushion from dyeing the wool, to sewing, adding embroidery, and even stuffing with ground walnut shells!
  • Color Meets Texture
    Thursday, November 3
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Combining two elements in a new way can lead to breaking out of a creative rut. Color and texture shake hands and complement each other on this episode. Margarita Korioth demonstrates stencil making with interfacing- Polka dot stencils. Then, Patricia Kennedy-Zafred introduces easy immersion dyeing using Ziplock bags for fantastic color. Host Susan Brubaker Knapp finishes with a quilted wool pincushion from dyeing the wool, to sewing, adding embroidery, and even stuffing with ground walnut shells!
  • Color Meets Texture
    Thursday, November 3
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Combining two elements in a new way can lead to breaking out of a creative rut. Color and texture shake hands and complement each other on this episode. Margarita Korioth demonstrates stencil making with interfacing- Polka dot stencils. Then, Patricia Kennedy-Zafred introduces easy immersion dyeing using Ziplock bags for fantastic color. Host Susan Brubaker Knapp finishes with a quilted wool pincushion from dyeing the wool, to sewing, adding embroidery, and even stuffing with ground walnut shells!
  • From Far Away; Other Cultures
    Tuesday, November 1
    1:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Travel to far off places and learn about other cultures to expand your creativity. The first guest, Mel Beach, shows how to add some Zen to your free-motion quilting. Warm up by seeing how a few simple shapes and filler motifs can be combined to create intricate mandala designs. Then, Rachel Clark works with African wax or batik prints. She demonstrates how to build units, the thought process on attaching units together for good design, and then how to use these units in garments.
  • From Far Away; Other Cultures
    Tuesday, November 1
    11:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Travel to far off places and learn about other cultures to expand your creativity. The first guest, Mel Beach, shows how to add some Zen to your free-motion quilting. Warm up by seeing how a few simple shapes and filler motifs can be combined to create intricate mandala designs. Then, Rachel Clark works with African wax or batik prints. She demonstrates how to build units, the thought process on attaching units together for good design, and then how to use these units in garments.
  • From Far Away; Other Cultures
    Tuesday, November 1
    5:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Travel to far off places and learn about other cultures to expand your creativity. The first guest, Mel Beach, shows how to add some Zen to your free-motion quilting. Warm up by seeing how a few simple shapes and filler motifs can be combined to create intricate mandala designs. Then, Rachel Clark works with African wax or batik prints. She demonstrates how to build units, the thought process on attaching units together for good design, and then how to use these units in garments.