As well as contributing projects to some of the UK"s leading quilting magazines, I have been very fortunate to work on Sewing Quarter, the UK"s first TV channel dedicated to sewing and quilting. You can watch Sewing Quarter live on their website, Freeview 73 and Sky 687 and finally, the best bit, you can catch up or rewatch most of their shows on their YouTube channel. I have added my own past shows below with links to each YouTube video - when you're on the YouTube page, you can scroll forward to the hours you would like to watch.

15th Sept, 2019

In my first shows with Natasha, I demoed the lovely and simple Stonehenge quilt, and then Lynne Goldworthy's Log Cabin quilt - you can catch these shows here, the Stonehenge is in the second hour, the Log Cabin in the fourth

4th July, 2019

Celebrating Christmas In July with John, I demoed my own EPP Snowflake cushion in gorgeous festive fabrics, and then Lynne Goldsworthy's beautiful Scandi quilt - you can see these shows here, the cushion is in the second hour, the quilt in the fourth.

16th June, 2019

In this show, John Scott and I had an interesting conversation about colour value while making the Lisbon Tiles quilt by Jo Avery, I then demoed a lovely skinny quilt, perfect for your craftroom. You can see these shows here, the quilt is in the second hour, and the skinny quilt in the fourth.

27th May, 2019

In another fun show with John Scott, I demoed this stunning foundation paper-pieced Garden Paths quilt by Linda Clemets,  I then showed how to make my own Wonky Squares Wall Hanging using a quick and easy freezer paper technique.. You can see these shows here, the quilt is in the third hour, and the wal hanging in the fifth.

10th May, 2019

This show started off with this bright and funky Al Fresco dining set which included a gorgeous tufted cushion. In the second hour, I show how to use the clever RobinRuth Mariner's Compass ruler to make this stunning William Morris quilt. You can see these shows here, the dining set is in the second hour, and the quilt in the fourth.

30th April, 2019

In this show I had another stunning quilt to demo, this one is from the Great Book of Lap quilts which features two simple blocks. My second project was a lot more fiddly, the Cathedral Window table runner by Lynne Edwards. You can see these shows here, the quilt is in the second hour, and the runner in the fourth.

26th March, 2019

In my second show with John Scott I had the pleasure of demoing this totally stunning Medallion quilt by Lynne Goldsworthy. It was a big job with over 1000 HSTs, but so worth it! In the second hour I made this very cute and whimsical embroidered cushion. You can see these shows here - the quilt is in the second hour and the cushion in the fourth.

4th March, 2019

This was my first show with the delightful John Scott, and we had a right giggle! As well as demoing the Riley Blake quilt you can see behind us, I made a hand pieced Hexy Bag in gorgeous Tilda fabrics. You can see this show here, the Hexy Bag is in the second hour, and the quilt is in the fourth hour.

13th February, 2019

For this show I was overjoyed to be asked to make up Elizabeth Hartman's Artic Feathers quilt - I love Elizabeth's designs and enjoyed making this small quilt in batiks. The second show features one of my own favourite projects, the Curved Hexy cushion, once featured in Love Patchwork & Quilting mag. You can see these shows here

10th January, 2019

My first show was with the very lovely Victoria Peat who eased me gently into live TV.  In the first show I demoed my popular Sun Spell wall hanging featuring my favourite curved English paper-piecing, while the second show featured my On-Point tablerunner, my own kits for which you can purchase here. You can see these shows here