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The Lap Quilting series on television is made for you—the TV quilting public. It is for you to learn, enjoy and grow in your field. The 1100 (Country to Country) and 1200 (Anericana) series are licensed for broadcast on CREATE TV, a broadcast service of American Public Television, The National Educational Telecommunications Association (NETA) and Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). For more information about broadcast times, please go to www.createtv.org .This series produced by The University of North Carolina Center for Public Television, hosted by Yours Truly, Georgia Bonesteel.

To purchase a show on VHS, click on the Order Show link to the right of the show you wish to purchase to send an email to Georgia, indicating the show(s) you wish to purchase. All tapes are $10.00, except the double shows for the 800 series, which are $15.00. All orders are check or money order ONLY. No credit cards will be accepted for these tapes.

1100 Series: Country to Country Quilts (show)

Explore quiltmaking, on a global scale country to country, as Lap Quilting expands the discovery of design and technique potential on each of this 13 week series. Stay informed and updated on the latest quilt techniques from “A to Z” in the Quilt-built studio. Companion Book to the series: Georgia Bonesteel's Quiltmaking Legacy, See Quilt Store

UNDERWRITERS: Bernina of America, Coats & Clark, Gammill Quilting Systems, Hobbs Batting, Martingale & Co, Horn of America & Prym Dritz.

Closed Captioning by Collins and Omnigrid, Inc. Produced by The University of North Carolina Center for Public Television.

Show 1101 - #1 The Quilters’ Alphabet
The “kick-off” show features applique quilts from Canada with Carol Goddu. Strasbourg, France hosts Quilt Expo VII as we start our country to country quilt tour. Meet Martine House. Quilter’s Alphabet: A-B (Show Block: Eiffel Tower)

Guest: Carol Goddu, Canada
1166 Whiteoaks Ave.Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5J3B5
Web site: www.inforamp.net/~toact Email: cgoddu@medimart.com

The Canadian Quilter quarterly magazine
Jackie Philpott
6 Spruce St.
Pasadena NL
AOL 1 KO
phone: 1 877 672 8777
administration@canadianquilter.com

Guest: Martine House
Web site: www.housefiber.com Email: housefiber@hotmail.com

The International Quilt Association,
7660 Woodway Drive, Suite 550, Houston,TX 77063
Email: iqa@quilts.com

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Show 1102 - #2 Florida Fabric Success
Visit The Museum of Florida History in Tallahassee to view a major quilt exhibition. A study in diamonds presents a scrap basket quilt pattern, Portulaca. Quilter’s Alphabet: C-D (Show Block: Scrap Basket)

Guests: Janice Parker and Carol M. Sheppard
The Museum of Florida History
R.A. Gray Building, 500 South Bronough Street Tallahassee, Fl. 32399-0250
Phone: 850-488-1484
Web site: www.flheritage.com

Portulace Basket Quilt pattern featured in the book:
Georgia Bonesteel's Quiltmaking Legacy
See www.georgiabonesteel.com

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Show 1103 - #3 From Georgia to Germany
Compare two unique quilt shops as we visit The Little Quilt Shop in Atlanta, Georgia and a renovated farmhouse, Snail Trail, in Lellwangen, Germany. Quilter’s Alphabet:E-F (Show Block: Snail Trail Quilt Shop)

Guests: Alice Berg, Mary Ellen VonHolt, Sylvia Johnson, Wanda J. Hize
Little Quilts
1450-C Roswell Rd., Marietta, GA 30062
Phone: 770-578-6727 Fax: 770-509-9748
Web site: www.littlequilts.com Email: littlequilts@mindspring.com

Guests:Ursula Schobbert and Laura Blennemann
Snail Trail Quilt Shop
Lellwangen, Brunnenweg 3+6, D-88693 Deggenhausertal, Germany
Phone: 07555-94800 Fax: 07555-9Ä802
Web site: www.snailtrail.de Email: post@snailtrail.de

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Show 1104 - #4 Dyeing To Do Fabrics
Just how many ways to color fabric today? Learn the latest methods to apply color to fabric from Elin Noble. Quilter’s Alphabet: G-H (Show Block: Color Rays)

Guest: Elin Noble
217 County Road, East Freetown, MA 02717
Book: Dyes & Paints by Elin Noble published by: Martingale & Co.
Phone: 508-763-3593
Email: elin.noble@verizon.net

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Show 1105 - #5 The World Quilt & Textile Show Revisited
Come home to Greensboro, North Carolina for a quilt tour. Meet teachers from South Africa, Ireland and England. Quilter’s Alphabet: I-J (Show Block: North Carolina Star)

Guests: Odette Tolksdorf: Email: jhtolks@iafrica.com (South Africa)
Ann Fahy: Email: tafahy@iol.ie (Ireland) www.quiltart.org.uk/annfahy.html
Annette Claxton: Web site: www.annette-quilter.com Email: arthouse@globalnet.co.uk (England)

World Quilt & Textile
c/o David/Peter Mancuso, PO Box 667, New Hope, PA 18939
Phone: 215-862-5828 Fax: 215-862-9753
Web sites: www.quiltfest.com and www.worldquilt.com

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Show 1106 - #6 Mastering Making Sewing Machines
Tour a sewing machine factory in Switzerland to learn step by step production. Focus on the many presser feet that adapt to quiltmaking. Quilter’s Alphabet: K-L (Show Block: The Patchworker)

Guests: Franz Killer and Hans Peter Ueltschi
Bernina Of America, Inc.
3702 Prairie Lake Court, Aurora, IL 60504-6182
Web site: www.berninausa.com

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Show 1107 - #7 Germany Quilt Tour I
Join our quilt caravan as we discover quiltmaking in Offenburg, Germany with Gerhard Humpert (interpreter Tanja Hermann) at his Sewing Machine/ Quilt Shop. Meet Ginie Curtze. Make mountains and stars with 60 degree angles. Part I Quilters’s Alphabet: M-N (Show Block: For Ginie In Germany)

Guests: Gerhard Humpert, Tanja Hermann
Gerhard Humpert Sewing/Quilting Shop
Zahringerstrabe 21a, 77 652 Offenburg, Germany
Phone: 0049 781-775-07

Guest: Ginie Curtze: Email: ginie.curtze@t-online.de

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Show 1108 - #8 Germany Quilt Tour II
Meet Monika Schiwy at the Quilt Star shop in Freiburg, Germany to learn how they direct their quilt classes. Focus on thread production. Part II, mountain, stars continue. Quilter’s Alphabet: O-P (Show Block: The Black Forest)

Guests: Monika Schiwy and Elsbeth Nusser-Lampe
Quilt Star Shop
Lorettostrasse 54, 79100 Freiburg, Germany
Phone: 49-761-4002580 Fax: 49-761-4002339
Web site: www.quiltstar.de Email: quiltstar@01019freenet.de

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Show 1109 - #9 Swiss Tour
From Bern to Lenk Trix Buhlmann Epple and Rosalie Kaspar introduce a quilt shop nestled in a ski, resort town. Yes, they still sleep under duvets in Switzerland. Quilter’s Alphabet: Q-R Show Block: Swiss Flag)

Guests: Trix Buhlmann-Epple and Rosalie Kaspar
Patch Art
Oberriedstrasse: CH-3775 Lenk, Switzerland
Phone: +41 79 340 31 77
Email: utssnbuhlmann@bluewin.ch

Guest: Ruth Martin, Kasbachstrasse 16, 8280 Kreuzlingen, Switzerland

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Show 1110 - #10 Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Batting
Tour a batting factory for a keen understanding of its qualities for the quilt sandwich. Meet Carey Hobbs and H.D Wilbanks. Quilter’s Alphabet: S-T (Show Block: Cover Up)

Guests: Carey Hobbs and H.D. Wilbanks
Hobbs Bonded Fibers
200 S. Commerce Dr., Waco, TX 76710
Phone: 254-433-3357
Web site: www.hobbsbondedfiber.com
Featured Medallion Quilt, Mimi Alef: Email: ealef@northstate.net

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Show 1111 - #11 New Mexico Quilt News
Ann Silva from Albuquerque, New Mexico opens up her quilt shop for a whirlwind viewing of the latest southwest quiltmakers. Learn from teacher Jane Houseman and artist, Jane Wilson. Meet Margaret Rolfe from Australia.Quilter’sAlphabet: U-V (Show Block: Horseshoe)

Guests: Jane G. Housman, Jane Wilson, Nancy G. Lewis and Bonnie Jean Rosenbaum
Ann Silva’s Bernina Sewing Center
3101 Menaul NE, Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: 505-881-5253 Fax: 505-881-312
Web site: www.annsilvasbernina.com Email: silvainc@nmia.com

Guest: Margaret Rolfe: Email: margaretrolfe@netspeed.com.au (Australia)
www.margaretrolfe.com

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Show 1112 - #12 Way Out South West
Tour The Quilted Apple shop in Phoenix, AZ with owner, Laurene Sinema.Meet a collector, May Baker, with an unusual yardstick collection.Sewing set up featured. Quilter’s Alphabet: W-X (Show Block: Cactus)

We regret to inform our audience that Laurene Sinema has passed away.

The Quilted Apple
info@quilted apple.com
3043 North 24th St.
Phoeniz, AZ 85016 phone: 602-956-0904

The Bernina Connection
www.berninaconnection.com
4219 E. Indian School Road Suite 103
Phoeniz, AZ phone: 602-553-8350

Attachment used on show was Simple binder #85

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Show 1113 - #13 Home Again
In Flat Rock, NC view a multi-faceted stitched wall hanging. See a complete demonstration on a long arm quilting machine with many questions answered by Marcia Stevens. Quilter’s Alphabet: Y-Z (Show Block: Many Mountains) (Contact Your Local PBS Program Director to Request This Series Available April 2001)

Guests: Marcia Stevens: Email: mstevens@brainerd.net
Little Pine Studio
2614 Southview Court
Brainerd, MN 56401

www.MQXShow.com and www.imqa.org

The History of Flat Rock in Needlework
Village of Flat Rock, 110 Village Center, Flat Rock, NC 28731
Phone: 828-697-8100
Email: vofr@bellsouth.net
www.villageofflatrock.org

Thanks, Underwriters

Gammill Quilting Machine Company
Ken Gammill, President
1452 W. Gbison Street
West Plains, MO 65775-0230
Phone: 800-659-8224
Fax: 417-256-5757
Web site: www.gammill.net
Email: gammil@townsqr.com

Bernina of America
3500 Thayer Court
Aurora, IL 60504-6182
Phone: 800-877-0477
Fax: 800-669-1739
Web site: www.berninausa.com

Coats & Clark
Attention: Meta J. Hoge
Two LakePointe Plaza
4135 South Stream Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28217
Phone: 704-329-5027
Fax: 704-329-5027
Web site: www.coatsandclark.com
Email: meta.hoge@coats.com

Hobbs Bonded Fibers
Attention: Mr. H.D. Wilbanks
200 S. Commerce Drive
Waco, TX 76710
Phone: 254-741-0040 Alt: 800-433-3357
Fax: 254-772-7238
Web site: www.hobbsbondedfiber.com
Email: sales@hobbsbondedfiber.com

Martingale & CO.
Attention: Jane Hamada, Terry Martin, Nancy Martin
Phone: 800-993-9444
Fax: 425-486-7596
Web site: www.patchwork.com
Email: info@martingale-pub.com

Prym Dritz Corporation, USA

Director of Marketing: Teresa Settles
Phone: 800-845-4948
Fax: 864-587-3322
Web site: www.dritz.com
Email: teresasettles@dritz.com


Horn of America, INC.

Attention: Mr. Kitzmiller
PO Box 608
Sutton, WV 26601
Phone: 800-882-8845
Web site: www.hornofamerica.com
Email: sewhorn@access.mountain.net

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1200 Series: Americana Quilts (show)

Georgia Bonesteel tours across America for this new thirteen week patchwork and quilting series. Learn the regional interests as we visit museums, shops and conventions. Meet the makers of unique quilt art, plus learn your sewing machine potential. Focus on patchwork fashion for two continuous shows. Companion Book to the series: Georgia Bonesteel's Quiltmaking Legacy, See Quilt Store

UNDERWRITERS: Bernina of America, Coats & Clark, Gammill Quilting Systems, Prym Dritz Corp. & Milliken & Company.

For American Public Television stations airing the series, and guidelines for finding your station, click here.

Closed Captioning by Collins and Omnigrid, Inc. Produced by The University of North Carolina Center for Public Television.

Show 1201 - #1 Stitch By Number

Evaluate my sampler teaching quilt and see how the embroidery module operates. Quilt By Number patterns introduce Let It Snow and Pumpkin Patch. Meet Laura Wasilowski.

Guest: Laura Wasilowski: www.artfabrik.com Email: laura@artfabrik.com

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Show 1202 - #2 Fishermen's Coats
View the Awaji Island Fishermen's coats at the Fowler Museum of Cultural Art, UCLA campus. Learn the art of sashiko stitching for a youths kimono and a soft box.

Guests: Marla Berns: www.fmch.ucla.edu or Email: karynz@arts.ucla.edu
Sharon Takeda: Email: stakeda@lacma.org

Book: Japanese Fishermen’s Coats: $30.00 plus postage
Contact:University of Washington Press, PO Box 50096, Seattle, WA 98145-5096
Phone 206-543-8870

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Show 1203 - #3 Nature of Fabric
Discover Iris Aycock's work at the Southern Highland Craft Guild in Asheville, NC. Experiment with this unusual method for leaf pounding on fabric along with foil pressing, and a Setacolor review. Linda Taylor from Melissa, TX demonstrates her air brushing technique.

For further leaf pounding information, send SASE to:
1203 Show
PO Box 96
Flat Rock, NC 28731

Southern Highland Craft Guild at The Folk Art Center, Asheville, NC: www.southernhighlandguild.org

Iris Aycock, leaf pounder, Email: iaycock@hiwaay.net

Guest: Linda Taylor: www.lequilters.com
Email: Linda@lequilters.com
www.thequiltingschool.com
phone: 800-893-2748

October Glory quilt by Hallie O’Kelley, 2910 East 17th Street, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404

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Show 1204 - #4 Vested Interests, Part I

Follow the step by step completion of a woven patchwork vest and a unique Tumbling Blocks design. View Rachel Clark's colorful garment collection. Novelty stitches on silk are also explored.

Garments featured in Georgia Bonesteel's Quiltmaking Legacy book

Guest: Rachel Clark: Email: info@rdkc.com
www.rdkc.com

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Show 1205 - #5 Vested Interests, Part II
The Americana Collection for grandchildren are the feature garments. More on Rachel Clark. Two crazy patch techniques for quilted handbags are demonstrated.

Guest: Rachel Clark: Email: info@rdkc.com
www.rdkc.com

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Show 1206 - #6 Cajun Quilters
Visit the Heartstrings Quilt Shop in Lake Charles, LA plus a hands on demonstration from Judy Holley on the Wacky Nine patch

Heartstrings Quilt Shop closed, but the new shop is:
Quilts Bayou
327 W. Prien Lake Road
Lake Charles, LA 70601
www.quiltsbayou.com
email: quiltsbayou@bellsouth.net
phone: 337-477-9322

Guest Teacher: Judy Holley, Email: THOO8JK@cox.net
Featured Book: Cut-Loose Quilts by Jan Mullen (C & T Publishing)

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Show 1207: Notable Notions
Update the latest tools of the quilt trade that make it fun, easy and accurate. Meet thimble maker extraordinaire, Tommie Jane Lane from Boone, NC. Learn My Millennium Medallion Quilt.

Guest Thimble Maker: Tommie Jane Lane, www.thimbles2fit.com Email: tjlane@boone.net
Phone: 888-246-3154

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Show 1208 - #8 Let's Get Connected
See the many methods for making the quilt connection on a long arm quilting machine. Watch Linda Taylor execute these potentials for garments and quilts.

Guest: Linda Taylor, 4964 US Highway 75, North, Melissa, TX 75454 www.lequilters.com
Email: Linda@lequilters.com
www.thequiltingschool.com
phone: 800-893-2748

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Show 1209 - #9 Teach the Teachers

"Log on" to the latest sewing machine methods to digitize your designs. Visit a special school for professional quilt makers as they learn. Meet Susan Fears, Marlene Bryant and Jennifer Gigias. See the latest photo printing techniques, Printed Treasures, as applied to quilt making.

Guests: Susan Fears, Email: sfears@berninausa.com
Jennifer Gigas, Email: jgigas@berninausa.com
Marlene Bryant

Paper Plate Quilt, Anna Marie Tucker

We are sorry to report that Anna Marie Tucker has passed away.

Printed Treasures, (www.printedtreasures.com, info@printedtreasures.com) photo and pattern transfer onto cotton fabric, by Milliken. Available at Quilt Shops.

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Show 1210 - #10 Girl Scout Quilt Alert
Join a Brownie and Girl Scout summer camp as The Western North Carolina Quilters Guild introduces embroidery and patchwork. Meet Mary Lou Weidman, a folk artist.

Guest Guild, Western North Carolina Quilters Guild, http://WesternNCQuilters.org

Guests: Betsy Lemon, Email: tech4quilters@yahoo.com
Mary Lou Weidman, www.Marylouquiltdesigns.com and Email: Lattegirl@aol.com
Linda Taylor, www.lequilters.com and Email: Linda@lequilter.com

Johnson Farm: Henderson County Education Foundation
www.historicjohnsonfarm.org

Email:jfarms@henderson.k12.nc.us

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Show 1211 - #11 Applique Folk Art
Freedom Escapees take on a folk art rendering by Edward Larson that depicts 18 years of dedicated, challenging and fun classes.

Freedom Escape Quilt Retreat Contact: Lee R Lundahl, Email: lgr4491@aol.com

Edward Larson, Email: EdsArtSF@aol.com

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Show 1212 - #12 What's Up In Wyoming
Meet Carol Liebzeit to view her vast garment inventory and classy clothes. Tour the Stitch'n Time Shop in Jackson Hole, Wyoming with the owner, Kim Kerr.

Stitch’n Time Quilt Shop, 955 Alpine Lane, PO Box 13070 Jackson Hole,WY 83002
www.stitchntimeinc.com or Email: info@stitchntimeinc.com, Owner, Kim Kerr
307-733-6800
888-565-5634

Guest: Carole A. Liebzeit, Email: quiltcolor1@gmail.com

Quilting In The Tetons, Contact Mary M. Martin, PO Box 1708, Jackson, WY 83001
www.mmartin@tetonwyo.org

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Show 1213 - #13 North Carolina Quilt Symposium
Come home to NC for a grand quilt convention and conclusion to the series. Meet DeeDee Triplett, Kristin Steiner and Gerald Roy.

Asheville Quilt Guild, www.main.NC.us/AQG

Guests: Laura P. Casey, Email: mzsweetpea@charter.net
Connie W. Williams: Email: twooaksdr62@toast2.net
DeeDee Triplett, Email: rdtriplett@earthlink.net

Kristin Steiner, Email: kristin@kristinsteiner.com
1 Nob Hill Rd., Columbia, SC 29210
www.kristinsteiner.com
803-561-0134

Book: A Southern Album

Gerald Roy
PO Box 432
Warner, NH, 03278
email:pilgrimroy@tds.net

Book:Vintage Quilts, Identifying, Collecting, Dating, Preserving & Valuing

Thanks, Underwriters

Bernina of America
3500 Thayer Court
Aurora, IL 60504-6182
Phone: 800-877-0477
Fax: 800-669-1739
Web site: www.berninausa.com

Coats & Clark
Attention: Meta J. Hoge
Two LakePointe Plaza
4135 South Stream Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28217
Phone: 704-329-5027
Fax: 704-329-5027
Web site: www.coatsandclark.com
Email: meta.hoge@coats.com

Gammill Quilting Machine Company
Attention: Ken Gammill, President
1452 W. Gbison Street
West Plains, MO 65775-0230
Phone: 800-659-8224
Fax: 417-256-5757
Web site: www.gammill.net
Email: gammil@townsqr.com

Milliken & Company
Attention: Genie Becknell, Product Manager
920 Milliken Rd., M-179
Spartanburg, SC 29304
Phone: 864-503-2672
Fax: 864-503-2615
Web site: www.milliken.com

Prym Dritz Corporation, USA
Attention: Teresa Settles, Director of Marketing
Phone: 800-845-4948
Fax: 864-587-3322
Web site: www.dritz.com
Email: teresasettles@dritz.com

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200 Series (show)

Show 203 - #3 Precision Patterns

Review of the basic geometric shapes used in traditional patterns for all 12” blocks. Grain line importance and pattern transfer. $10.00
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Show 212 - #12 Gallop and Grin

Examples of quilted vests and assorted items that you can make incorporating Seminole piecing are shown. Visit the Tar Heel Piece makers Quilt Show in western North Carolina. $10.00
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Show 213 - #13 The Last Stitch

Georgia invites you to her home to show you how quilts and quilted items as used in home decorating. $10.00
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300 Series (show)

The 300 series had the companion book, More Lap Quilting

Show 302 - #15 Ready, Set, Sew

Making the Quilters Tote and a look inside at all of the useful quilting notions. $10.00
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Show 305 - #18 The Back Door Block

Creating an original block through quickie piece methods and a look at machine quilting. $10.00
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Show 307 - #20 Here’s The Church and Here’s The Steeple

The Landrum friendship quilt is an ideal church project. $10.00
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Show 309 - #22 Mail A Quilt

Public television viewers join forces to produce a quilt for their local stations auction. $10.00
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Show 312 - #25 Loose Ends

Quilting with denim and other audience requests. $10.00
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400 Series (show)

The 400 series had the companion book, New Ideas for Lap Quilting.

Show 404 - #4 Expand A Block

Georgia explains the new spool patterns, featuring the Spool Twist quilt. (page 56) $10.00
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Show 405 - #5 Grandma Taught Us How

Fifteen states are involved in a quilt census program. Georgia features the Album Block pattern. (page 20) $10.00
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Show 406 - #6 Bargello Patchwork

Patchwork created with piecing and re-piecing techniques to produce different patterns. A breaking the rules segment features a wool quilt, Chinese Lanterns. Baby quilts are highlighted. (page 47) $10.00
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Show 407 - #7 Freezer Paper Patchwork

Learn the new revolution of using freezer paper for design and templates. (page 63) $10.00
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Show 409 - #9 Kid’s Play

Georgia, Betsy Freeman and a class of 12 year olds make the Stretched Stars quilt and decorate sweatshirts.
(page 91) $10.00
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Show 410 - #10 Come Fly With Me

Georgia documents her travels through a special airplane quilt. A special segment, Fine Points, looks at triangle designs. (page 72) $10.00
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800 Series (show)

The 800 Series on PBS used the companion book, Easy Does It Quilts, as a guide. There are two 30-minute shows on each tape costing $15.00.

Shows 805 - Plaid Power & 806 - Highland Fling

Tour Scotland’s National Quilt event and meet Scottish quilters. Visit the Isle of Arran and join a class at Park House.
Learn to make the Check & Double Check quilt. (page 64) $15.00
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Shows 807 - Out of The Past & 808 - Western Wonders

Explore the history of feed sacks with an array of samples. Take a look at the reproduction fabric used in the Antique Medallion quilt. $15.00
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Shows 809 - Yippie-Ki-Yo Quilters and 810 - Stylish Stitches

Go behind the scenes at a workshop from the Nine Quarter Circle Ranch. Learn unique ways to create one of a kind quilted garments with style. (page 36) $15.00
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Shows 812 - Just Patchwork Folks & 813 - Global Warming

Visit the JC Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC while we learn the Calico Crossover quilt. (page 42) Examine
the influence of international travel on quilting. $15.00
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900 Series (show)

The 900 series had a book, Patchwork Potpourri, which is no longer in print.

 
Show 901 - Round & Round We Go

Brush up your patchwork skills with rulers and rotary cutter information. Simple cuts produce a new folded Flying Geese pattern. This show includes an overview of the whole series. $10.00
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Show 903 - Design Details

Tour the Dairy Barn exhibit in Athens, Ohio and see the Patterns Worth Repeating exhibit. Viewers get a lesson in quilt pattern identification. $10.00
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Show 904 - Viva La France, Part I

Trek to France for a visit to the Souleiado Museum. French fabrics at their finest are showcased in Tarascon. Georgia previews appliqué options. $10.00
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Show 906 - Spring Forth With Flowers

Learn variations of foundation piecing with four floral diamond patterns, using both paper and muslin as a base. Explore nature patchwork designs. $10.00
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Show 907 - Summertime Stitches

Relish the creation of a Corn and Bean quilt plus learn strip picture piecing and curved patchwork. An intriguing corn recipe from the past is also included. $10.00
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Show 908 - Fall Into Step

Probe the many quilt settings of a house pattern, as viewers experience a déjà vu visit to Freedom Escape quilt retreat. Two “groupie guidelines” are explained for this quilt.
$10.00
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Show 909 - Wintertime Wonders/Garments Galore

Deck the halls with holiday gifts, including the pieced Ohio Star woolen wreath for your front door. View award winning fashions from the American Quilters Society show.
Guest: Jacquelyn Nouveau of Chapel Hill, NC $10.00
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Show 910 - Button, Button, Who’s Got The Button?

Unravel the history of buttons with Lois Pool, and discover the reasons for their rising popularity in the sewing and quilt worlds. Visit the Warther Museum in Ohio. $10.00
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Show911 - Quilts-Here, There and Everywhere

Assess quilts from the Amish and Mennonite regions of Kutztown, Pennsylvania to France. Machine quilting and quilt frames are highlighted. $10.00
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