Month

April 2010
For 26 years, dedicated quilters and fiber artists have made the springtime “pilgrimage” to Paducah, Kentucky, for the annual AQS Quilt Show & Contest. Every year generates not only an amazing array of spectacular quilts and enthusiastic quilters, but also new events, exciting developments, and heartwarming stories. Here’s one of those stories. Annabel Baugher is...
How well do you know the sites around Paducah? Today I was out taking photos of dogwoods – which are just beautiful right now – and decided it would be fun to test your knowledge of the architecture and other attractions in the city… of course, I’m only giving you a piece of the photo...
Quilt artist Judith Larzelere has delighted and amazed countless quilters with her stunning use of color since she began exhibiting her quilts in the late 1970s. After reading the profile article on “Jude” (as she likes to be called) in the January 2010 issue of American Quilter, Mary F. Gonzalez was inspired to make her own...
Nothing helps creativity like having the right tools, skills and techniques at hand. Renae Haddadin, well-known for her stunning machine quilting on intricately designed medallion quilts, has written her first book to share the simple, easy-to-do methods she uses to achieve her award-winning results. Amazing Ways to Use Circles & Rays is more than a...