You’ll have to check your local listings for the time. The episode features 4 quilters, each with a very different style, and also features the International Quilt Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska, and some of the things they do. I think it’s wonderful for the quilting world to get this type of recognition, and the episode is very nicely done!
But here’s the most exciting part for me . . .
One of the featured quilters is my best friend, Victoria Findlay Wolfe, so I actually got to see a lot of my work in the episode — what a thrill!
Here’s a little sneak peek of one of the quilts that I quilted that is in the episode:
Back in November, I got to attend an invitation-only pre-screening of the episode at the International Quilt Museum . . . aren’t I special? Actually, it’s good I got to do that, because we don’t have TV here on the ol’ ranch.
So if you don’t have TV, either, you can still see the episode online after the initial airing. There are also some shorts that aren’t in the episode (little extras) that you can see at the website. For more details on that, visit Victoria’s post HERE.
And when you hear my name mentioned, you can let out a little “squeeeee” for me, OK?
UPDATE: If you couldn’t catch it on the airing date, you can watch it HERE online.