Angela Walters

The Midnight Quilt Show Season 5

Angela Walters
The Midnight Quilt Show Season 5
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Angela is back for Season 5 of the Midnight Quilt Show! Today she is making the Arrows Quilt by Krystal Jakelwicz, and incorporating a little love note into her machine quilting.
The Walters household is eating healthy this week, but that doesn't mean Angela's quilts have to be. Today she is whipping up the Milky Way Quilt by Monique Dillard featuring Lily & Loom fabric.
This week Angela is preparing to host a dinner for quilters, so of course, she has to quilt up a few placemats!
This week's woven lattice quilt might look intricate, but it's actually perfect for beginners!
This week the Midnight Quilter is busy assembling Easter baskets, and a quilt, of course. See Angela demonstrate how to do a mitered border, plus how to quilt using rulers!
Quilting for charity can be one of the most fulfilling things you can do as a quilter.
Angela's got stars in her eyes this week as she pieces together the eight-pointed star Twinkling Twilight quilt by Nancy Smith.
In the Season 5 finale of The Midnight Quilt show, Angela is creating a modern quilt of her own design that involves a 36-patch block!
Angela shares her tips and tricks for quilting with a walking foot.
Angela shows you how to easily make a stash-buster pieced quilt back that can either match or contrast with your quilt top.
 
 
10 Lessons
1  hrs 53  mins

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.

Angela Walters

Angela Walters, the host of our YouTube series "The Midnight Quilt Show," is a longarm quilter, teacher and author of several books, including "Free-Motion Quilting with Angela Walters" and "In the Studio with Angela Walters." Her quilting journey began with her husband's grandfather; together they made her first quilt – a nine-patch that is still on her bed today. Thousands of swirls, feathers and parallel lines later, Angela has turned her love of stitches and fabric into a thriving business focused on modern machine quilting.

Angela Walters

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