Let’s do the time warp with The Quilt Show!


In 2007, we got a voicemail from Alex Anderson inviting us to come to Colorado to tape an episode of The Quilt Show, which was in its second season. At the time we were working hard to get the terms “modern” and “quilting” used in the same sentence and were happy to have a chance to show how solid fabrics, for example, could be used to create a different type of quilt. So Bill and I taped episode #206 showing how to use solids and piece circles and where to find inspiration for color palettes. The show also featured video of the Many Hands Blankie project that we developed in Chicago with developmentally disabled adults. Sadly, with the state budget crisis several years ago funding to transport the workers was eliminated so the blankie project no longer exists.

TheQuiltShow.com is celebrating¬† International Quilting Day beginning Friday, March 14 through Sunday, March 16. Everyone who signs on to TheQuiltShow.com will have FREE access to over 160 WebTV shows featuring some of the top quilting instructors in the world. You can also enter the TQS prize drawing with a grand prize of a BERNINA 550QE and wonderful fabric prizes. So if you’re looking for a throwback moment, check in at http://www.thequiltshow.com to enjoy the shows and explore The Quilt Show website. You can start with our show, Episode #206.


  1. Posted March 15, 2014 at 12:41 pm | Permalink

    What a fun video. It was great to see you two sharing your enthusiasm for solids and quilting and each other. The ring quilt block was precious and I had not ever seen that before. I am so glad I have had the privilege of attending one of your classes and I hope to do so again sometime.

  2. Deb from Poulsbo, WA
    Posted March 15, 2014 at 2:32 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the link. Enjoyed watching the show. So loved your lecture and workshop I got to attend last summer on Bainbridge Island. It was great meeting you both!

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