AETN Create/Kids TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for AETN Create/Kids in the Bonnerdale Area

This is the AETN Create/Kids TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Bonnerdale Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

5:00 AMWhy Quilts Matter: History, Art and Politics 
The art vs. craft debate as it pertains to quilts is discussed. Included: why some quilts are classified as art and others not.
5:30 AMBeads, Baubles, and Jewels 
Heritage and history, featuring an in-depth look at Czech seed beads. Beth Simmons talks about their history, use in the brick stitch and a unique project, fringed earrings.
6:00 AMQuilting Arts 
The artists add colorful details to brighten up their creative strength training. First, Rachel Clark demonstrates using facing to finish seams on wearable quilted garments. Then, Vivien Zepf playfully uses drop cloth paper towels from cleanups around her studio to create a material that has unexpected color combinations. Last, host Susan Brubaker Knapp has quick lesson on masking with a transparent material.
6:30 AMPainting With Paulson 
Buck creates a monochrome using acrylic paint and finishes by painting the sky with oil paint.
7:00 AMA Craftsman's Legacy 
Guitar maker Brian Galloup, who teaches the craft, is featured. Included: what it takes to build a guitar from scratch; the tonal properties of wood; steam bending; and the key steps of guitar building.
7:30 AMWoodsmith Shop 
Storage is the order of the day with this hall bench.
8:00 AMMike Colameco's Real Food 
M Wells Steakhouse and M Wells Dinette, owned by husband and wife Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis.
8:30 AMtasteMAKERS 
Yoshihiro Sakto uses Japnese methods to brew sake using rice that grows on the Rue and Forsman ranch in the Sacramento valley.
9:00 AMRick Steves' European Christmas 
A look at how Christmas is celebrated in Europe, including Paris and Oslo.
11:00 AMMike Colameco's Real Food 
M Wells Steakhouse and M Wells Dinette, owned by husband and wife Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis.
11:30 AMtasteMAKERS 
Yoshihiro Sakto uses Japnese methods to brew sake using rice that grows on the Rue and Forsman ranch in the Sacramento valley.
12:00 PMQuilting Arts 
The artists add colorful details to brighten up their creative strength training. First, Rachel Clark demonstrates using facing to finish seams on wearable quilted garments. Then, Vivien Zepf playfully uses drop cloth paper towels from cleanups around her studio to create a material that has unexpected color combinations. Last, host Susan Brubaker Knapp has quick lesson on masking with a transparent material.
12:30 PMPainting With Paulson 
Buck creates a monochrome using acrylic paint and finishes by painting the sky with oil paint.
1:00 PMA Craftsman's Legacy 
Guitar maker Brian Galloup, who teaches the craft, is featured. Included: what it takes to build a guitar from scratch; the tonal properties of wood; steam bending; and the key steps of guitar building.
1:30 PMWoodsmith Shop 
Storage is the order of the day with this hall bench.
2:00 PMQuilting Arts 
The artists add colorful details to brighten up their creative strength training. First, Rachel Clark demonstrates using facing to finish seams on wearable quilted garments. Then, Vivien Zepf playfully uses drop cloth paper towels from cleanups around her studio to create a material that has unexpected color combinations. Last, host Susan Brubaker Knapp has quick lesson on masking with a transparent material.
2:30 PMCook's Country 
Arroz con pollo; and sour orange pie. Also: the best dry measuring cups; and a tasting of store-bought whipped topping.
3:00 PMMike Colameco's Real Food 
M Wells Steakhouse and M Wells Dinette, owned by husband and wife Hugue Dufour and Sarah Obraitis.
3:30 PMtasteMAKERS 
Yoshihiro Sakto uses Japnese methods to brew sake using rice that grows on the Rue and Forsman ranch in the Sacramento valley.
4:00 PMWild Travels 
Will Clinger tries and fails to ride an alligator at Orlando's Gatorland; drops in on the only used car dealership with a priceless collection of Muhammad Ali memorabilia, and dabbles in the paranormal at the abandoned and haunted West Virginia State Penitentiary.
4:30 PMTravelscope 
The Australian island state of Tasmania is toured. Included: the capital, Hobart's harbor, markets and neighborhoods; the prisons of Port Arthur; Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park; Tasman National Park; the Tasmanian devil.
5:00 PMRick Steves' Europe 
Rick dances with Spaniards at Sevilla's April Fair, celebrates Bastille Day in Paris, runs with the bulls at Pamplona, and hoists a frothy stein at Munich's Oktoberfest.

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