Thursday, August 29, 2013

New YouTube Tutorials from My Studio...



Well guess what?...
I'm on the tube again!





You can see me 
in my studio showing you several
 short quilty fun segments about things like
 chain piecing...
why I keep knitting needle protectors
 in my sewing kit ...
a favorite ruler of mine... 
and things that I use every day
 in my studio...etc 



All of the segments were filmed right here
 a few weeks ago
 during the photo shoot for my new book! 


 Lessons in Scrappy Patchwork
by Lori Holt
of Bee in my Bonnet



The Jolly Jabber has blogged about the first half of my videos...
and the second half here.

to see my latest episodes:)

Have a quilty kind of day!
xx
Lori

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11 comments:

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I love these youtube videos. So fun to see and hear you. BTW, I am lampuntomyfeet11 on instagram ;-)

Des said...

Love the tips on youtube!! Those clover tips are brilliant for little scissors. Thanks!

Jeanna said...

I look forward to checking them out Lori! Thanks for sharing your tips.

Sasha said...

OMGosh!!!! I can't wait for your thread to come out. Ok. I'm off to watch more videos. Thank you for making them for us =D

Homemother said...

Thanks Lori! They are very helpful!

Nedra said...

Great little tips on your You Tube videos. I like how they are short and sweet. You've given me some ideas of how we would like to do something similar for Triangles On A Roll. (let me know when your product arrives safely)

Angie said...

These are great...as are all your tips and tricks!! Thanks for sharing! :)

Kathi Kraftyzales said...

I am so happy that I found your Row Along online. I love my/our quilt and can hardly wait until it is displayed at our local quilt show next February. It is the first quilt I've had professionally quilted.
I've pre-ordered your book too. It is easier to tote around to show to quilt groups, along with a photo of my own.
One question I am always asked.
How many pieces?
Why do quilters always as that?
Any idea how many?
Kathleen from San Juan, Texas

SewSealy said...

Hi Lori,
I sat down quickly to read my email and saw your post. Of course I had to go see the video's and guess what? Two hours later, I am finishing the video's and starting my day! hahahaha They were wonderful! Thank you so much for going the extra step and providing these for us. You can see your passion and I love it! I've been around for awhile..quilting since the late 80's. It's nice to see your experience and that you are passing it on to the younger group. :)

Amy DeCesare said...

I love the videos, even though I don't watch a lot of them. I've got to make some of the little design boards for myself. Now I can see how to do it, and they are fabulous!!! Can't wait to watch the rest of them soon.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Lori... Love your blog and especially the barn series! I have a question... Throughout your tutorials you use some sort of "mat" to hold your squares as you work on them... Does it have a name and is there a pattern available?? Maybe it's in your new book?? I haven't been successful finding it in your blog history and I can't find anything on your etsy site... Please help!! I want multiples!!! Thanks!
Sarahsmommywest@netscape.net

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