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October 17, 2012
Stacked & Stitched, Artistic Fabric Projects For Your Home Using layers of fabric, a straight stitch, a zigzag stitch and a chenille cutter, decorative artist Christine Morgan makes expensive pieces of unique art for high-end galleries. Now you can reproduce her signature look for a fraction of the price by following her super simple instructions....
See Roger Winchell’s extraordinary quilt and learn just how easy it is to enter an AQS quilt show. Roger’s first AQS contest was at our 2012 Des Moines show.  Roger explains how his quilt was created and how he printed all his forms on-line. There is still time to enter your quilt in the Lancaster...
My husband and I live in a small but charming circa 1830s farmhouse in the Susquehanna River hills near Lancaster, PA. We are surrounded by beautiful scenery and a rich history in textiles. I am inspired by nature every day and have always been drawn to the incredible variety of patterns, colors, and textures of...
American Quilter reader Ginny Andersen followed the clues in the Rainbow Rotini Mystery Quilt by Marjorie Rhine which began in the March 2012 issue of AQ and has submitted her completed quilt. If you’re an AQS member, you can access all three installments of this pattern now at www.AmericanQuilter.com. Ginny writes: My Rainbow Rotini mystery...