Embroidery and Myriad Stitches: Part 1

Quilt Out Loud | Episode 401, Part 1 | July 2012

Jodie and Mark open the show from the Hickory Stick Bookshop in Washington Depot, Connecticut, showing what they’ve been up to recently with sewing thread. Jodie talks about embroidery and its myriad stitches. She shows off a current project which uses wool felt and wool threads from Aurifil. The Aurifloss comes in 252 colors! Various crafts help aid creative ideas, so they talk more about that.

Then they head to Litchfield to scope out the town that inspired the novels of Mark’s doorknock “victim”, quilting storyteller Marie Bostwick. Guess who they run into?

For more information about this show click here.

Then check out video 2 as Mark meets up with Marie Bostwick.

5 Comments

  1. Just wanted to say that I really enjoy your website presentation. take care

    Nancy F. Buckley, 2 years ago Reply

  2. I’ve tried to watch part 1 of Marie Bostwick’s video but all I get is the QNN click to buy promo. Can you please correct this problem and let me know when you have corrected this problem? Thanks for helping me out. I’ve been able to view part 2 and am about to watch part 3.

    Qwlt Ldy, 2 years ago Reply

    • Are you logged in? Part 3 will come up for a few more days as it was offered for free for a week after debuting as a special promo. Sounds as though you reached Part 2 while it was free as well.

      jdavis, 2 years ago Reply

  3. I see you can pay $24 for a year to view all the quilt making videos but I have a question does this mean ALL videos or does it mean just the Quilt Out Loud series?

    Peggy, 2 years ago Reply

    • ALL of the videos Peggy. The new ones every month plus everything in the library. Haven’t counted recently but it’s well over 1,100 by now I’m sure.
      Jodie

      jdavis, 2 years ago Reply


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