Love of Quilting TV Show – 2800 Series

2800_DVD_Cover_webThis series includes two original quilts created by Marianne Fons, and a quilt designed by a staff member that uses a traditional design with a modern twist. We present quilts created to honor our service men and women, as well as lessons about string piecing, patchwork using non-traditional fabrics, a bit of embellishment and longarm quilting design inspiration. We also present great tips and techniques to add to your piecing skills.

Download a free supplies list which includes information about the 2800 series projects.

Series Credits: Projects are sewn on a Baby Lock sewing machine and finished on an APQS Mellennium longarm quilting system. The sewing center is provided by Koala Studios. Springs Creative fabrics are used in the background of all episodes and in projects featured in episodes 2801 and 2805. For piecing, we use the ¼” quilting presser foot or the monogramming presser foot. We use basic sewing supplies such as fabric, rotary cutters, and scissors. Each episode below lists the Love of Quilting issue featuring patterns and instructions for quilts shown in the 2800 series. We have Love of Quilting DVDs for our TV shows available in our online shop.

Purchase a DVD of the entire 2800 TV Series in our online Quilt Shop.

Download an ebook with instructions and patterns for all projects in the 2800 series.

Picnic in Provence Quilt

2806: How to Finish a Quilt Like a Pro! (Picnic in Provence)

Episode 2806 Description and Preview Picnic in Provence is definitely an eye-catching classic. Patrick Lose and his guests Joanie Holton and Melanie Greseth discuss the construction of this diagonal set quilt, demonstrate their appliqué method and provide tips on finishing a quilt like a pro. The project was designed and created by Joanie Holton and…

New Hampshire Nights Quilt

2807: Traditional Quilts and Quilting Fabric (New Hampshire Nights)

Episode 2807 Description and Preview Quilters collect quilting fabrics that “speak” to them. Marianne Fons loves to collect reproduction prints and tiny shirting prints. When combined they create a soothing, classic quilt. Inspired by a house guest from New Hampshire, this traditional quilt was sashed with stars like a “night sky.” Featured Quilt: New Hampshire…