Gina Phillips uses a long arm quilting machine as a “paint with thread machine”.
Sandy Schweitzer shows viewers that it’s OK to repair damaged quilts & give them new life.
Quilt fabric designer shares her design process from sketches to the finished fabric.
Author Phyllis Lawson shares stories told by her grandmother during quilt making time.
Kay Capps Cross shares techniques to take the apprehension out of free motion quilting.
Laura Murray shares her secrets and technique to create elaborate quilt designs easily.
The Teal Mini Swap raises awareness of ovarian cancer and funds for research.
Stitchin’ for Kids provides gifts to children undergoing long-term hospitalization.
Eighth grade students learned life lessons by participating in the Quilts of Valor project
Operation Chemo Comfort, inspired by a cancer patient who prepare & deliver care packages.
When a child is seriously ill, the gift of a handmade doll provides hope and comfort.
Oneida Nation Dreams Alive Beading Circle share the revival of Iroquois Raised Beadwork.
Tammy Roussell created a system using sense of touch to help others in fabric crafting.
Paul Léger, quilter from Canada, reveals what it’s like when guy quilters hold a retreat.
Karen Klemp explains how the Hats 4 Hope care kit gives at-risk babies a chance at life.
Kelly Krause, Wisconsin's "Make It With Wool" winner, shares details about her entry.
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