Links from this episode:
Grab the fabric --- http://craftsy.me/2rrd2JR
Get the piecing pattern --- http://craftsy.me/2sw1gAF
Get Angela's FREE machine quilting diagram --- http://craftsy.me/2rr7XRS
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Angela will be taking a small summer break - we will see you later this summer, quilters! 🌞
Finished Full size quilt: 63 3/4" x 73 3/4"
About the show
Say hello to the Midnight Quilt Show, a YouTube series that celebrates late-night stitches, taking shortcuts and sewing in your PJs! Each week, host Angela Walters will bring you a quick and quippy breakdown of a brand new quilt… wine not included.
About the host
Meet our very own Midnight Quilter, designer Angela Walters — known for serious skills and quilter-ly quirks. Each week she brings you her new “quilt of the hour”, sharing the scoop on how she tackles perfectly-pieced points or fab free-motion.
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Hi I love all the work you do and the tutorials You are so much fun to watch. Your always so happy, and bring us in to what you are doing. I just wanted to see if you could possibly try not to have white as an outside color on your quilts, it just blends into the table and reads as a empty space in the quilt because it blends into the table or she needs a large cutting pad and a mat to go under her sewing machine to level out the table or not put the white material on the outside of the quilt. Or just forget the rantings of a crazy woman. Love ya and your show. xoxo ÷ } ♥
TeufelPferd WOT , it's called "washi tape" -- washi is mulberry paper processed to make origami paper. but this tape is thin paper adhesive & you can find them in fabric stores Joanna Fabric , craft stores Michaels or Walmart, I think. Go to Amazon or ebay to see what it looks like. They got variety of patterns & width.
First time I watched your video's. I love the upbeat presentation. Think it's neat you admitted to getting board, cause I get really board machine quilting. Will try this pattern and blast some music while I sew for a change.
I watch the midnight quilt show when I quilt. Most of the time! Thanks to you Angela my first machine quilting quilt is done. You are right finished is better than perfect. And, I only stitch ripped about 2.5 x's.
Love your show Angela; have it on my TV in my sewing room; you are what I listen to when I'm quilting! I LOVE when you mess up because then I'm not alone and misery loves company! LOVE your choices and fabrics and love your quilting designs...maybe one day I'll actually quilt as well as you do! Thanks for all you do!
Just got this quilt kit for my birthday and I am so excited to work on it. Well, I have some other projects to finish first, but I will get to it soon! As you always say, “finished is better than perfect”.
Have you ever tried the Rainbows-Bright-Quilt? It is gorgeous! I love watching you quilt. I have been quilting for about six years but my level of expertise is nothing compared to you. Thank you so much for your show.
Love watching you cutting and sewing even though you are a professional you still keep it real. I was seriously injured in an automobile some years ago left me paralyzed on my right arm but I was determined to continue quilting my husband helps me by holding the rulers so I can cut the fabric. You have gotten me excited to try quilting on my home machine. I make five to seven quilts a year so if I could quilt them myself it would be fun plus economically better. So thank you so much
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