Quilt Study Investigation & the Shooting Star Quilt Block, Part 1

Quilt Out Loud | Episode 402, Part 1 | August 2012

Quilt Out Loud visits the York County Heritage Trust to meet the Quilt Study Investigation.

Then Mark talks about a baby quilt that he made. Jodie meets with Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts. She shows a folding technique to spice up a traditional Shooting Star quilt block.

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Then visit part 2 on historic quilts.

9 Comments

  1. Really lovely and easy work – but would this be as satisfying as free quilting? Maybe not for me.

    susaniow, 2 years ago Reply

  2. I have a membership and I log in but then it says I have to pay for the shows. Also, I just bought another year’s membership but used cactusmomma@gmail.com so I should be able to get in. Please change that email to hotmail.com,

    Pat Millar, 2 years ago Reply

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      ysmith, 1 year ago Reply

  3. Well done to the new interesting intro. And Edyta Sitar as the guest is wonderful. You both are wonderful too.
    Happy quilting.

    Nonie Abdul Salam, 2 years ago Reply

  4. I realy like Edytas block and will look for her book and some day soon I will try and make it.
    I do love watching your shows for a few years now.
    I am reasently retired like 10 days ago and will have more time to quilt. Cuttting out a quilt that I have been saving fabrick for many years.

    Sol, 2 years ago Reply

  5. Once again, I’m shut out. Please fix this!

    Kay L Ford-Sollimo, 2 years ago Reply

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  6. Love the new intro. I have made a few of Edyta’s patterns and have taken a workshop from her – she is wonderful.

    needleware, 2 years ago Reply

  7. Lovely block from Edyta – where can you get the templates?

    Jo, 2 years ago Reply


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