Let Me Show You How to Paper Piece

The Quilt Show

My show is now appearing at The Quilt Show. If you have never seen me demonstrate how to paper foundation piece, next week is your lucky week.   The Quilt Show has made it possible for you to watch my show for FREE next week!

The Link to watch TQS Episode 602 for Carol Doak available from January 25th through January 31st: http://www.thequiltshow.com/season6/602/driveIn.php?coupon_number=112284836207

The Quilt Show does such a super job presenting programs that allow quilters all over the world to watch when they want to watch them.

If you find you are loving it, there is a second opportunity.

There is a “Redeem Gift Certificate” button at the top of the page when your go to watch your show.  To receive $10 off the price of a 1 year TQS Membership, you must use Coupon Number #112284836207 when redeeming this gift certificate.

I actually traveled to LaVeta, Colorado last March to film this segment. I have known Ricky and Alex for many years so it was fun to share the day with them. I shared how I paper piece Mariner’s Compass Star blocks. I also shared some tips and tricks along the way. Alex and I also had a bit of fun.

Mariner's Compass Stars Bundle

In honor of the airing of this segment, I have bundled the Mariner`s Compass Stars book, Carol Doak Foundation Paper and the 12″ Add-A-Quarter ruler in a reduced bundled package at my web store.

I didn’t want you to miss out on this opportunity.

After you watch the show, let me know what you think about the show and this format of learning quilting techniques online.

All the best,


8 Responses to “Let Me Show You How to Paper Piece”

  1. Sharon Hoyle Says:

    Dear Carol,

    I watched the TQS last night. The amount of information you packed into that show amazed me. Being fairly new to quilting, most tips are news to me. This truly was a wonderful gift, thank you.

    The $10.00 off was an unexpected perk, I had thought about joining but money is tight currently. At close to 25% off the time was right.

    Thank you, for all that you do for the quilting world.



  2. Carol Says:

    Thank you Sharon for all the kind comments. I am delighted you enjoyed the show and will enjoy future shows.
    All the best,

  3. jojo Says:

    Carol, the show was fantastic. I have two of your books, your paper, and the rulers but struggled until I saw you on the show and heard your explanation and process. Thank you so much for appearing on The Quilt Show. I’ve now got your books back out and am looking forward to starting a new block now that I’m armed with your advice.

  4. Chris Says:

    I have your book 300 paper pieced blocks. My new laptop is runing windows 7 and your cd wont work. Can you suggest any help

  5. Barbara Says:

    I am over here in Norway so not much chance of taking a class with you in the near future – loved the episode of the Quilt SHow and through that found you have a great website. Have also sent for the special bundle with book, ruler and paper. Have done some paper piecing but this looked so straightforward and such fantastic results. So will be waiting for that parcel to arrive and get started. I think using the net is such a good way to learn when you can’t get to classes with the pros! And the picture quality of the Quilt SHow is really good and that is essential. I have also watched QNNtv a good deal but the quality of the picture is just not good enough. It is a strain and that is not such a good learning experience. Hope you will appear on the show again after your sabbatical to show us all your new ideas and books!

  6. Carol Says:

    Jojo: I am delighted you enjoyed the show and found it helpful.

  7. Carol Says:

    Hi Chris: The Foundations Factory CDS will work on Windows 7. It is just that Windows 7 will not auto load them so you need to load. Here is the link that will tell you how to do it. You can go to this link for info on how to install the products:


  8. Carol Says:

    Thanks Barbara….Isn’t the internet just fabulous for learning across the world? I agree. I think The Quilt Show puts on a quality Show and product and I look forward to appearing there again.