Episode 101: Patchwork Alphabets (Marianne's Alphabet Mini)
Fons and Porter teach you how to quick cut and piece your ABCs in fabric.
Episode 102: Signature Quilts (Lady of the Lake)
Learn how to organize a signature quilt project to commemorate an important family occasion.
Episode 103: Early American Fabrics And Quilts (Savannah Pinwheels)
What fabrics did American quilters use? Marianne and Liz share authentic examples and current reproductions.
Episode 104: Plantation Star
Learn easy techniques to piece an unusual block based on square-in-a-square units.
Episode 105: Southern Comfort
Liz and Marianne make cutting and combining triangles and squares easy to understand.
Episode 106: Millennium Machine Quilting
Machine quilting expert Marilyn Badger is Liz and Marianne's guest demonstrator.
Episode 107: Album Cross
Marianne and Liz demonstrate quick techniques for making a pattern that was popular with quilters during the Civil War.
Episode 108: Color Copier Quilts (Memory Photo Wall Quilt)
Fons & Porter show how to use ink jet color photocopying technology to create unique memory quilts.
Episode 109: The Yo-Yo Show
Fabric circle yo-yos were made by the thousands in the 1930s. Fons and Porter share projects that require only a few, or many.
Episode 110: Pansy Baby Quilt
Liz and Marianne combine innovative appliqué techniques and 1930s-style fabrics to create a charming crib-sized quilt.
Episode 111: Prosperity Wheel
Marianne and Liz take the mystery out of machine piecing gentle curves for an unusual block inspired by an antique quilt.
Episode 112: Flower Pot Appliqué
Learn some special short cuts to prepare flowers, stems, leaves, and flower pots for straight-stitch appliqué.
Episode 113: Garden Maze Sets
This special setting is a great vehicle for showcasing unique fabrics. Liz and Marianne's special quick techniques make this once challenging quilt layout simple.