Meet sketch artist instructor Paul Heaston and get started sketching your point of view. To begin, you’ll learn to look for scenes instead of objects. Then, find out how to simplify the scene when drawing cluttered spaces. Paul shares his method for how he starts and moves through a sketch and what details he’s sure to include on the first go-around. Paul will also help you differentiate between sketching and illustrating, so you can draw what you see instead of what you think you see, using context to help convey your message.
Explore tools that help you mark your designs before you quilt. Expert quilter Kelly Ashton leads the way! Learn how to use a pounce pad, stencils and a variety of marking pens. Then, look at hera markers and adhesive templates, both of which can be used after your quilt is already basted, and won’t ever…Watch Now >>
Designer Linda Permann crochets a decorative edging to sandal straps to dress up your feet. These flip-flops will have you dancing in no time. This project is a great use of those special yarns you have in your stash as well as leftover yarns from completed projects. In this video, crochet expert Linda Permann shows…Watch Now >>
Jenny’s impressive quick breads make the perfect gifts and delicious treats for holiday gatherings. In this video, watch as she prepares pumpkin chocolate chip bread (her modern twist on the seasonal favorite) and apple-cranberry bread packed with whole-grain goodness. Not only does Jenny share her recipe tips and tricks, but she shares the science behind…Watch Now >>
Needle and thread are key components of machine quilting. But knowing which types to use together can sometimes be a challenge. Pro quilter Kelly Ashton discusses thread weight and plies as well as fiber and needle types. Choose the perfect needle for your thread every time with Kelly’s expert tips.Watch Now >>