Not sure when or if this has actually started airing yet, but the Interweave folks are touting Season 6 of Quilting Arts TV. I do a demo of Rainbow Printing on one show (maybe the first?) I am hoping they send me a comp of the series! And if they don't I will order it. These shows have become one of my fallbacks for watching while I work in the studio -- lots of inspiration and interesting techniques.
Here's what they say at the publisher:
New Quilting Adventures Available Now!
“Quilting Arts TV” Series 600 could easily be the best season yet.
Join Pokey Bolton and her talented, clever guests in this sixth season of exciting adventures in quilting. You'll be amused, inspired, entertained, and informed by this season's master quilt artists. Enjoy the many fabulous quilting designs, techniques, and a wide variety of new projects in the 13 full episode DVD set.
In addition to covering contemporary quilt design, free-motion quilting, machine embroidery, thread painting, and fused appliqué, this season we explore soy wax and flour paste resists, screen- and gelatin-printing techniques, unique finishing techniques for small quilts, and introduce a new, fun and informative segment: Save My UFO (UnFinished Objects).
Embellishment topics include designing with zippers, 3-D fabric flowers, and incorporating grommets in patchwork totes. Surface design techniques include stenciling, resist painting, gelatin printing, stamping with soy wax, screen printing fabrics using water-soluble crayons and polymer medium, designing fabrics with thickened dyes, and creative masking and stenciling techniques with oil paint sticks.
Projects include a Winslow Market Tote, 3-D floral appliqués that can be used as quilt embellishments or as brooches, soft-sculpture fabric birds, a colorful journal cover, a 3-D ornament, quilted boots, and fabric-collaged animal portraits.
Plus, Sharon Morton discusses the purpose of guilds and how they can help with quilting, and Pokey explores quilting from the eyes of a 7-year-old girl to get her unique perspective.
There is something for every art quilter and mixed-media artist, beginning through advanced levels.
The Series 600 guest list includes: Liz Berg, Andrea Bishop, Jeanne Cook-Delpit, Jane Dunnewold, Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, Karen Fricke, Terry Grant, Mary Hettmansperger, Carol Ingram, Liz Kettle, Kathy Mack, Lindsay Mason, Linda McGehee, Susie Monday, Diane Nuñez, Jennifer O’Brien, Luana Rubin, Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero, Terry White, and many more.
Join us for another season of 13 inspiring episodes!
In Series 600 you'll also learn from quilt artist Sharon Morton who discusses the purpose of guilds and how they can help with quilting. Also, Pokey explores quilting through the eyes of a 7-year-old girl to get her unique perspective.
This season we explore soy wax and flour paste resists, screen and gelatin-printing techniques, unique finishing techniques for small quilts, and introduce a new, fun and informative segment: Save My UFO (UnFinished Objects).
Embellishment topics include:
Designing with zippers
3-D fabric flowers
Incorporating grommets in patchwork totes
Surface design techniques include:
Stamping with soy wax
Screen-printing fabrics and so much more!