The Stitch TV Show – Episode 219

In episode 219 of The Stitch TV Show quilting talk show, Pam and Lynn talking quilting tourism and Pam’s visit to the Las Vegas Modern Quilt Guild, and we explore the perils of left-handed quilting. This episode is brought to you by Ink & Arrow Fabrics, a QTFabrics company!

The quilt hanging behind us is Lynn’s “Aloha” postcard quilt. Because she went to Hawaii, and had a good time.

Tips and pictures for this episode:

This episode was brought to you by Ink & Arrow Fabrics!  The clutch on our table is made from their upcoming line, Paloma by Junebee for Ink & Arrow, due in stores summer 2017.

  • 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 June 16, 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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  1. Quilters Select rulers and cutting mats by Alex Anderson are numbered both directions, and her rotary cutter is wonderful! It costs about $40 but so worth is.
    Alex is a left handed quilter too.
    Enjoyed your show.
    Mary in New Mexico

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    • Hello…I just finished watching ALL episodes of The Stitch! What fun!! Question – You both have referred to a clamp on sewing table extension. I would love to know the brand as I am setting up my sewing room in a very small space and it sounds like this would just ‘fit the bill.’ Thanks for an awesome show and ‘Keep Calm and Quilt On!” Suzane in California

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      • Hi Suzane – The brand is “Sew n Go” table, but I’m not sure if they are around anymore!

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