Meet Master Applique Artist Karen Kay Buckley, Full episode

| December 2012

Mark Lipinski and Jodie Davis open the show from a glass shop in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Deb Fuller of LeTort Glass makes beautiful fused glass sewing scissor keepers for master applique artist Karen Kay Buckley, who is Mark’s door knock “victim” in this episode.

Merrily Parker has sold many a longarm machine and in doing so helped many longarm quilters start their business. Merrily joins Jodie at Quilt Market to show you tips on getting started in your own longarm quilting business. From choosing a machine to setting up your business, this is what you need to know.

Next Mark knocks on the door of master applique artist and fourteen-time cover (quilt) girl, Karen Kay Buckley in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Mark tours her incredible new studio which was previously her husband’s man cave. Then she shows Mark where and how to create her spectacular quilts including the knockout on her design wall. For Karen it’s all by hand from design through stitching.

Watch the second part of Mark’s doorknock visit with Karen Kay Buckley and be ready to be wowed by her quilt show. You will see why her hand appliqued medallion quilts have made many magazine covers. As Mark says about her black quilt; “insane!” Then Karen takes Mark “around the corner” to her fabric stash.

Near the end of the video, Mark and Jodie review the latest book from Martingale by Karen Diehl and Laurie Baker.

For more information about this episode, visit the show web site.


  1. Still not able to watch videos. What’s the deal?

    Ann M Alpert, 2 years ago Reply

  2. I am really not enjoying this membership. Everything I want to watch such as Karen Kay Buckley’s full video requires another payment per month. What exactly do I get for my quilters club membership? Don’t think I will rejoin.

    Susan Krigbaum, 2 years ago Reply

    • As a Quilters Club of America member, to activate your Free one year QNNTV membership, please go to the Quilters Club of America website for instructions.
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      ysmith, 1 year ago Reply

  3. Good episode! Of course KKBuckley’s quilts are exquisite. Way beyond my expertise but I love to look at them. I’m with Mark; put the recipes in a cookbook!

    Swoest, 2 years ago Reply

  4. I am signed in and I am not able to watch anything but the preview. What’s the problem here???

    Karen Schenck, 2 years ago Reply

    • Hi Karen – I apologize for the difficulties. Please try logging out, then logging back in. Clear your cookies and Cache and use either Safari or Firefox. Thank you.

      kloeffelholz, 1 year ago Reply

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