Heather Thomas teaches you her unique and easy method for making mosaic quilts. Learn how to create your own mosaics and see several examples of her mosaic quilts. Find out how fun and exciting mosaic quilting can be since this technique allows you to make anything you’d like! Use these tips to start a new quilt that is full of mosaic pieces.
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Choosing the Right Quilting Thread
Heather Thomas teaches you all about thread while providing helpful tips and techniques for working with thread. Learn the many types of thread available as well as the many brands and weights of thread. Understand the value of thread and add element to your quilts. Find out all you need to know about thread and…Watch Now >>
How to Transfer Images to Fabric
Heather Thomas talks about a hot new technique called image transferring. Learn to take a photograph or image and transfer it to fabrics, papers, or mediums that are washable. Discover different techniques that allow you to be creative with your quilting such as a cotton fabric with paper backing, lutradur, SewPaintable, Inktense, and digital ground…Watch Now >>
All About Quilt Battings
Peg Spradlin demonstrates how to apply batting properly to your quilts. Learn about all the different types of batting you can use as well as the different fibers in batting. Use these tips to help you choose the right batting for your quilts and see how batting can make a huge impact on the quality…Watch Now >>
Interaction of Color with Quilt Fabrics
Heather Thomas presents helpful techniques for determining what color fabrics to use when making your quilts. Learn how colors interact with each other and how to ensure the colors “make” your quilt rather than “break” your quilt. Find out how to utilize different colored shapes and fabrics without creating visual chaos. See what color interactions…Watch Now >>
What kind of tweezers brand and style do you recommend? Which one was used in the video?
Hi Yana. Thanks for contacting us at NQC. Heather Thomas uses bent style tweezers. There are many on the market. Sizzix makes many colors of tweezers. Here is a link to a plain silver pair. Hers were a fancy version with a beautiful painted handle.
A fancy pair can be found here:
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So many ideas are flooding in. Thank you for this video.
This was pretty cool….I think the hardest part for me would be the fabric selections in regards to gradients….while I was watching this I thought about doing one of my German Shepherd….you do inspire!