The Stitch TV Show – Episode 217

In episode 217 of The Stitch TV Show quilting talk show, Pam and Lynn answer the very pressing question “How Should I Quilt This?” with a number of sample tops from our UFO piles and the studio audience from Red Hen Fabrics in Marietta GA.

Tips and pictures for this episode:

Quilt 1 – Jelly Roll Race – Make your own Jelly Roll Race quilt with this tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Company

Quilt 2 – Boxy Jelly Roll Quilt

Quilt 3 – Linda’s Triangle Christmas Tree Quilt

Quilt 4 – Linda’s Tree Quilt

And close up of the background fabric:

Quilt 5 – Lynn’s Layer Cake Star Top

Quilt 6 – Lynn’s Disappearing Pinwheel Quilt (make your own with this Missouri Star Quilt Company tutorial)

And Pam’s fangirl moment with Jenny Doan at QuiltCon.

Quilt 7 – Pam’s Stray Cat Strut Quilt

  • We’re doing a live filming at the Georgia Celebrates Quilts show on June 10 at 10:30am the Cobb County Civic Center in Marietta GA!
  • Audio only versions of the show are available in the Hip to be a Square quilting podcast feed.
  • The Stitch TV Show mugs are available from Lasting Impressions Atlanta! Purchase options will be on their website shortly.
  • Our next Virtual Stitch-In is May 12, 2017 at 7 pm US Eastern
  • If you enjoyed it, help spread the word on your blog, or share on social media and tag us with #TheStitchTVShow!
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Author: Pam

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  1. I like a play on Lynn’s Raining Cats and Dogs combined with Pam’s mouse idea. Raining Cats and Mice… quilting mice in colored thread around the cats. Then in the horizontal rainbow blocks quilting the ball of yarn and the verticals ones could be slices of cheese. Since this is a wall hanging you could use buttons for eye, avoiding the strange cat faces. I really like the whisker idea. Great quilts and quilting ideas! Awesome episode!

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