Marsha Nichols

Fons and Porter TV series with Heidi Kaisand

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Fons and Porter had Heidi Kaisand as a guest on Sat, Dec. 1, 2012 program. I do not know if this is a repeat program. Heidi was presenting longarm quilting tips on how to identify and solve tension problems, starting and stopping, solving border problems, batting, and other techniques. Heidi addressed many of the problems that I am having with longarm quilting. It would be wonderful if Heidi made a video of just her discussing and demonstrating all these issues. It was difficult to see the tension problems from the TV show due to lighting and camera angle. Many times Heidi was interrupted in the middle of a sentence. The content was excellent and greatly appreciated. Please consider a tutorial with just Heidi and her tips.

Thank you

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I have noticed on Fons & Porter that they do interrupt quite often also.  I tend to get sea sick watching the daughter cause she's always jerking her body and seems so nervous and has to move around a lot.  I like the old programs before it was mother and daughter team.



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We were surprised here in Iowa when Liz up and moved to Texas. Liz was active in the Des Moines Quilters Guild which I joined a few years ago. We put on a yearly quilt show with the Des Moines AQS show. Imagine my surprise the first year I went to help hang quilts at the show and I heard this familiar low voice from the next aisle! It was Liz hanging quilts like a trooper. She is so friendly. We were sad to see her move so far away.

Jennifer Bernard

My quilted jackets are on a competition journey around the country

gathering pretty ribbons (sometimes)!

Quilting with my Millennium and playing with my Quiltazoid!

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