The tour kicks off here and on Angela's blog today and then continues to the following blogs listed below. At each stop on the tour you will have a chance to win a copy of the book although only if you are in the US (sorry ROW!).
Since it's hard to take good screenshots from a DVD I've borrowed a couple of Angela's photos from the filming of the DVD for this post.
Feb 2: Jennifer Mathis http://ellisonlane.com/
Feb 3: Faith Jones http://www.freshlemonsquilts.com/
Feb 4: Amy Gibson http://www.stitcherydickorydock.com/
Feb 5: Lee Heinrich http://www.freshlypieced.com/
Feb 6: Amy Smart http://www.diaryofaquilter.com/
I sat and watched the DVD while sewing yesterday and I have to recommend it to anyone who would like to master curved piecing of any type, whether it be traditional drunkard's paths blocks, improv curved piecing or piecing ovals and other curved shapes.
The great advantage of learning something on a DVD is that you can literally see how the curves are cut and pieced in a clear way as you actually see Angela sitting down at her machine and sewing them and then pressing them. So the fear is taken right out of the curved seams.
Angela showcases a whole variety of different blocks, projects and designs in the DVD including some which appeared in her book, A Quilters Mixology, and many more.
The DVD would be perfect for anyone looking to learn how to sew curves or gain confidence in sewing curved seams and also for anyone looking for new inspiration for their curved seam projects. To be in with a chance of winning a copy, leave a comment on this post (US only) and I will draw a winner a week from today.