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Fiber Cast

Every Friday Lynn Marquedant (on right) invites you into her Simply Colorful studio to watch and play.  


She broadcasts live for 60-minutes while she works on something fiber-related and you're invited. 

 

Some nights she quilts ... other nights she makes dolls, hooks rugs, knits, or just does what ever strikes her fancy.  On special nights, she's joined by her sister, "KB." (left )


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4th Year on the Air!
March 3, 2017 FiberCast - Lynn works on Clue 2 of the Simply Colorful Row by Row Mystery Quilt

Oct 28, 2016 FiberCast (Native American Doll Making & Halloween Costume)

Oct 21, 2016 FiberCast (Brown Bag Mystery Quilt Reveal)

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Archived FiberCasts


Zippered Pouches (11/7/14)

In a short departure from quilts and dolls, Lynn makes some zippered pouches. 


60 Minutes of Halloween Sewing (10/31/14)

Lynn is dressed up as Jane Stickle, the original Dear Jane, and she makes E-1 Aunt Exie's Phlox & I-5 Maria's Majesty.


It's a (Dear) Jane and Bridgette Show (10/24/14)

In this FiberCast Lynn Marquedant from SimplyColorful makes another Dear Jane Quilt block AND she works on her M. Nierderer Bridgette Doll. 


Quilting on the Road in West Virginia (10/17/14)

It's football season. That means it's time for a family road trip to see a college game.  West Virginia vs. Baylor.  Lynn trys to hand sew some hexies on the floor of the hotel.  Broadcast signal isn't great.  Short show! 


Dear Jane L-4 St. George's Cross (10/10/14)

In this episode Lynn Marquedant from SimplyColorful.com is back to work on her "beach-themed" Dear Jane Quilt.  She paper pieces the L-4 St. George's Cross block.   


Let's Make a Pin Cushion (10/3/14)

In this episode Lynn shares what she found in Nashville and makes a pincushion.  From a Gail Wilson Designs Kit.

 

Chartreuse Quilt Border - Say That 3 Times Fast! (4/25/14)

Lynn continues work on her grey scrap quilt, adding a yellow-green (aka chartreuse) border.  


Does Gray Automatically Make it a Modern Quilt? (4/18/14)

Lynn wants to know if she can call her "grey background" scrap quilt a Modern Quilt. 

 

Another Quilting and Dolly Smorgasbord (4/11/14)

Lynn finishes her Raggedy Ann AND Andy dolls and she does some machine quilting too.

 

Let's Make A Raggedy Ann Doll (4/4/14)

Inspired by her latest Textile Tarts get-together, Lynn makes a new 15" Raggedy Ann doll.   

 

Fiber Cast From the Road (NH Quilting Retreat) (3/28/14)

In a rare moment, FiberCast broadcasting actually works from the road! Watch Lynn interview some Marathon Quilters while on retreat in New Hampshire.

 

Spring 2014 Mystery Quilt CLUE #5 (The Reveal) (3/21/14)

Lynn reveals what 2,299 scraps of fabric can become when she reveals the 2014 Simply Colorful Mystery Quilt she calls "Daffodil & Crocus." 

 

Spring 2014 Mystery Quilt CLUE #4 (3/14/14)

In this episode Lynn makes the the final 3.5" units of the Spring 2014 mystery quilt.   

 

Spring 2014 Mystery Quilt CLUE #3 (3/7/14)

We're halfway there!

 

Spring 2014 Mystery Quilt CLUE #2 (2/28/14)

Many 1 inch squares in this one!

 

Spring 2014 Mystery Quilt CLUE #1 (2/21/14)

Discover an important instruction about making Units #1A and #1B

 

Heart-filled Quilt Backing (2/14/14)

Watch as Lynn makes 6 "mended hearts" for the back of her pink VD quilt.

 

Lynn begins a pink VD quilt using her leader/ender pink half-square-triangles.

 

Seeing Green Quilting (1/31/14)

We dive into the green scraps to make some sashing for the Winter House Quilt.

 

Paper-pieced house construction.

Lynn Marquedant continues to explore her Vintage Camper Fantasy, creating a campfire and chairs out of fabric. 

We're playing in the scrap basket again.  Grab a quilting project and come play!  

In this episode Lynn stretches the definition of Fantasy House Quilt Block making.  A camper can be a house, right?

Lynn makes Dear Jane quilt block BR4, also known as Candy Dish. 

You made it through another week!  Come relax and sew with Lynn. She'll be talking Dear Jane, Hexies, and braided rugs!

Join Lynn, still on vacation, and a guest appearance of her sister, Karen, as they begin to navigate the world of Quilted Hexies!

Lynn makes more Dear Jane quilt blocks. 

Lynn makes K-9 Scout's Honor and shares new piecing tips she learned from fellow Marathon Quilter, Joyce M.

Let's Machine Quilt This Picnic Quilt (7/25/14)
Lynn makes progress machine quilting the Merry Mayhem mystery top she pieced last weekend.   An ant and a hot dog are included.

Clemson quilt almost done.  "Dumptique" shirts to cut up.  Hitty doll kits. Merry Mayhem mystery fabric to cut.  Lynn tackles it all!

Lynn works on nephew Tim's Clemson Graduation Quilt.  Sarah Kochanowski joins Lynn in the studio and shares her summer learnings and travels.  It's ALWAYS interesting when Sarah is here.

Lynn quilts inside her mother's house as Hurricane Arthur heads toward them all on the 4th of July.

In a tribute to Vermont Quilters and the movement started by Dick Cleveland and others @VTQuiltFestival, Lynn works on her Dear Jane "Beach-themed" quilt.

In this episode Karen Marinelli shows us how she paper pieced her king-sized rainbow quilt. 

Lynn sews pink, purple, and yellow "Paths & Stiles" quilt squares for the Marathon Quilter's 2015 Raffle Quilt.
In this episode Lynn continues work on her grey "modern" quilt and prepares for the neighborhood yard sale.  

In this episode Lynn Marquedant from Simply Colorful helps us remember Maya Angelou - her quotes, positive approach to life, and movie role as Quilter.  "You can't use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have." -- Maya Angelou

Lynn starts an Orange Tigers Quilt as a gift for her nephew who just graduated from Clemson.   

Just back from her travels, Lynn enjoys some time back in her studio working on a Grey-Background semi-modern quilt.

In another quilt-less session, Lynn knits a sock and broadcasts from the Grand Canyon in Arizona, U.S.A. 

In a departure from creating human-sized quilts, on this episode Lynn will make a bed and quilt for her 6" pocket-sized Hitty Doll. 
New Studio Lights
Take a look at what Bob gave me for Christmas!