All Access: International Quilt Festival Houston

Join host Suzy Williams of Suzy Quilts and get the inside scoop on America’s largest annual quilt show. Meet some of the industry’s best as they share their favorite products, techniques and, of course, quilts!

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Welcome to Quilt Festival + Marti/Stacy Michell

Suzy meets a pivotal figure in the quilting world, Marti Michell, along with her fabric-dyeing daughter Stacy. See how this mother-daughter duo take part in the community while running their own separate businesses.

Master the paring knife as you learn to easily core a jalapeño, tomato or cauliflower and zest an orange then learn how to cut down butternut squash and pineapple as you tackle a variety of fruits, vegetables and herbs.

Mister Domestic

Suzy and designer Mathew Boudreaux, aka Mister Domestic, talk about his creative journey and the power of positivity through quilting. Mathew also introduces Suzy to one of his favorite tool brands, LDH Scissors.

Laura Wasilowski

Suzy visits quiltmaker and Artfabrik store owner Laura Wasilowski. Laura explains her hand-embroidery and fusing techniques, plus how she creates her original style through repeated simple stitching and a little improv.

Alex Anderson

Suzy chats with “The Quilt Show” co-host and founding partner, Alex Anderson. Alex looks back on the quilting industry over the last four decades before showing off her latest art quilts.

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3 Responses to “All Access: International Quilt Festival Houston”
  1. Cindy
    Cindy

    This is on the Houston Quilt Festival page: Master the paring knife as you learn to easily core a jalapeño, tomato or cauliflower and zest an orange then learn how to cut down butternut squash and pineapple as you tackle a variety of fruits, vegetables and herbs. I wouldn’t think this has anything to do with quilting. FYI

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  2. PAULA MORGAN
    PAULA MORGAN

    Oh man, I would of loved to of watched Mr Domestic on Project Runway!! It’s not too late is it???

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