What is The Quilt Police?!

| Quilty | Episode 242

Mary and Rebecca Fons discuss typical “Quilt Police” critiques in this hilarious and educational Quilty episode. To learn more quilting tips and techniques pick up Quilty magazine, visit HeyQuilty.com or watch more Quilty episodes at QNNtv.com or on DVD!

Hint: click on the photos to view the Quilty March/April issue and Mary Fons’ Color Theory Class available online or on DVD! 

Quilty March April 2013 (LQ130033)     

19 Comments

  1. This links to the Nutrition video. :)

    jesse, 2 years ago Reply

  2. I just got the biggest giggle out of the two sisters. Please have them both together for more “lessons” on the show.
    And, guess what…I DID learn something!
    Pat

    Patricia Catmull, 2 years ago Reply

  3. This was your best show yet!!!!

    Debbie Rhodes, 2 years ago Reply

  4. Hi, I just watched your most recent episode of Quilty with the quilt police. It was a great show. I loved the black, white and pink quilt used as the background. Can you give me any information about it? Thanks. Selene

    Selene, 2 years ago Reply

  5. All the Quilty espisodes are great. Nice to see the next generation of Fons involved in quilting. Attack of the Quilt Police is real cute and funny. You go, girls! Keep up the good work! Love, Nancy Stone

    Nancy M. Stone, 2 years ago Reply

  6. LOL! Good one. This is so true. I think some folks miss the point that quilt making is fun art, not just a mathematical process by which we attain a pretty “blanket”. And that’s another “quilt police” thing I’ve heard – quilters getting bent out of shape when someone called a quilt a “blanket”. :-)

    Mary Stephens, 2 years ago Reply

  7. Wow! Sooo true. A film to see before guild meetings as a refresher to what we enjoy about playing with fabric.and enjoying what each one does with it.

    Judith Haliasz, 2 years ago Reply

  8. LOL.
    On a serious note the Quilt Police definitely do more harm than good. And watch that you don’t join the QP by giving unwanted “suggestions” or “rules”.

    Linda Stokes, 2 years ago Reply

  9. Ooookay. Ran into the QP at a quilting class… I’ve been sewing for decades, but have been learning ‘appropriate’ quilting just recently. Well I got caught ironing instead of PRESSING……yes! I learned NEVER to do that again, but I’m 66 and thought I might have to go into time-out…..love your site…….

    Tish, 2 years ago Reply

  10. I enjoyed this segment very much. I am guilty of judging people’s use of colors in their quilt, but I keep it to myself. I’m afraid that I’m the one who police’s myself. Keep the fun coming!!

    bonnie Hasting, 2 years ago Reply

  11. Cute Episode. Keep up the good work!

    Jenean, 2 years ago Reply

  12. Very cute…it’s very important to support each other in our choices! Sometimes it’s fun to make a “no brainer” out of leftover fabric. Sometimes that actually takes more creativity. By the way…does anyone know the pattern for the background quilt? Would love to have it. Thanks

    Carol, 2 years ago Reply

  13. Hey Mary!
    My daughter lives in Chicago like you. She also loves acting and modeling and writing and music…you two would probably get along well! She and I visited Quiltology last week! Really cute shop. I thought I might run into you getting ready to film or something!! Anyway, keep up the good work and I can’t wait to get the new issue of Quilty!

    Cathy Slabaugh, 2 years ago Reply

  14. I really liked this. Am a beginner and the quilt police in my head caontinually haunts me. Another thing to chase it away……………

    Granny C., 2 years ago Reply

  15. Lol, that was so good to here i am a new quilt, i been watching the show for a while i just never had the heart to go for it, so yesterday i decide to do it, went to the store and got some things i seen on the show, i did a practice run and i like it. Thank you for all that you do.

    Antoinette Gipson, 1 year ago Reply

  16. Love the presentation & the message! So funny, had me “in stitches” and made me yell “cut” it out! Very cute, you two.

    Joan Henry, 1 year ago Reply

  17. This was very cute. I loved it. I have come across a few people like this but I try not to let it bother me. Keep up the great work!!!

    Clem, 1 year ago Reply

  18. You two are a hoot! My comment: What goes on in the sewing room, stays in the sewing room! That’s my story, and I’m stickin’ to it.

    Kaydid, 1 year ago Reply

  19. So true! I doubt if my grandmothers would have checked with the quilt police. They were too busy keeping loved ones warm and using whatever they had. Follow your own path!

    Elizabeth, 1 year ago Reply


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