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Thread: Quilt/craft/sewing shows

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    What quilting/crafting/sewing shows do you watch?

    Loves_2_quilt

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    Hi Loves,
    I watch all on HGTV, anything sewing, crafting, quilting, remodeling, etc. If I could get DYI, I'd watch it, too. Sure am grateful for reruns on the nights I can't sleep, too. Sometimes I actually catch one I haven't seen. Even if I'm not watching (literally) I listen to it behind me. Love that Organization Show and Remix show, but I'm afraid they'll go by the wayside like Simply Quilts.

    Can we get enough folks to write HGTV and ask for a couple more quilting shows??

    Sharon

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    what is the word on Simply Quilts? Is Alex going to keep doing the "Cruise and Quilt circuit? Didn't know she was going off the air. I heard Carol Devall was. I watch everything too on HGTV and I get scrapbooking stuff from DYI but don't actually get the channel, might be a fluke. I watch Fons and Porter on Saturdays, and Elenor Burns Quilt In A Day, I love Sewing With Nancy and the one with all the vintage Quilting with Martha....Anyone know of anything else I should be watching for? Was told there was a website that was a 24/7 quilt shows only, called QNN, haven't checked it out yet...more info please. Janie

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    QNN is on the internet, but to get the best shows or the shows when you want you have to pay $24 a year.

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    okay, that figures, so what do they offer if you don't want to spend your money except at a fabric store?

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    Hi, I'm new to the site and couldn't resist. Here in South Dakota, we have RFD TV and a Public Broadcasting Station that also puts on quilting shows. One just has to check the listings. I know the RFD is on our satellite dish.

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