Monday, January 25, 2010

Paper Piece lesson LIMITED TIME ONLY

Carol Doak is one of my favorite paper piecers. I have several of her books. I treasure her CD's. I can print the paper patterns straight from my computer to tracing paper in my printer. Most of her CD patterns can be enlarged with the click of a button.

For a limited time only you can view her on The Quilt Show. I used to subscribe to the Quilt show, however, I let my membership expire this past year. It became a little too pricey I thought.

But from January 25 through January 31 you can click here and watch an entire show free.


Brandi said...

That sounds interesting... I'll have to check that out.

I've been meaning to ask you ~ do you get your pictures for your header off the internet, or are you taking these photos yourself? I think they're really neat.

Thanks for the bday wishes. :)

Zoey said...

I watched rhat show yesterday morning before work. It was enjoyable, but I didn't really learn anything new.

Did you see the ruler she uses to cut every piece? That would really slow things down. I can't see the need. Then again I don't care if the seam allowances are all the exact same size.

I wish they would put a quilting show back on TV!

Flat Creek Farm said...

Ah yes, at last I shall find the secrets! :-D On my long list of 'learn to do' for sure. Say, I do love that new header. And I can answer Brandi's question - this must be in Patti's house. She has oodles of neato collections and definitely one of the coolest houses I've ever visited!! You can seriously look around & drool for days.

Thank you for the link, Patti! -Tammy

Becky said...

Patti...I love all your headers and that you change them so often. Never know what I am gonna see.
You, me and Betsy have got to get together for lunch...soon! I miss you!

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Nezzy said...

I just wanted to pop over and check out another Ozark sister. You have a beautiful precious family!

Ya'll have a wonderfully blessed day from the hills and hollers of the Missouri Ponderosa!!! :o)