How to Make Feathers with Vicki Hoth, Full Episode

| September 2013 | Episode 406


In this episode, Vicki Hoth gives tips on how to quilt feather spines and mark out a quilt with feathers! She shows how spines give a direction for the feather to be placed. For more easy quilting tips visit the Watch more fun and easy quilting lessons at or on DVD!

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  1. I love feathers. I want to sign up for class. I have belonged to this club for years and have never taken a class. It’s time. Please send my password to my email. I have lost it and it’s almost time to renew again.

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    Sharon A. Olyejar, 1 year ago Reply

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      smanning, 1 year ago Reply

  2. Wow – Jody and Vickie this was a great series. I really learned a lot. Probably the best Quilt-It yet. Thanks!

    Deb, 1 year ago Reply

  3. All I get is the preview.

    Pat, 1 year ago Reply

    • Hi Pat, I would suggest logging out and logging back in. Also, clearing your browser history will help.

      Thank you, Staff

      smanning, 1 year ago Reply

    • Hi Pat– If all you are seeing is a preview of the video, it means you’re not logged in to your membership account. If you’re already logged in and still seeing the preview, try logging out and logging back in again.

      Thanks, Staff

      Sheyenne, 1 year ago Reply

  4. This was just wonderful. I have been struggling with my feathers and now I have practiced what you showed us and they are working out GREAT now. What a wonderful teacher you are.

    Yvonne, 1 year ago Reply

  5. I love this episode! I love feathers. I love Vikie Hoth!

    nadine donovan, 1 year ago Reply

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